Tomer Shushan is a director and screenwriter.
Born in 1987 and raised in Tel Aviv, he served 3 years in the Israeli army as a photographer. He then graduated from the Film Department of Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, with an Excellence scholarship in 2016. Since 2016, Tomer has been a film teacher in Branco Weiss high school for at-risk youth groups.
As a filmmaker, Tomer directed Inside Shells (2017) which screened in Toronto, FIPA and Sao Paulo international short film festival amongst others.
White Eye (2019), his second short, won the Best Narrative Short Jury Award at SXSW and Best Narrative Short at Urbanworld Film Festival- both Oscar qualifying festivals. The film also won at a further 10 film festivals and participated in over 60 others.
Currently, he is developing his first full length film, Between The Sand Grains, and a TV thriller called Torso.