TWIFF congratulates Director Roy Wol for winning this year’s Best Music Video award with “Try A Little Tenderness.”

“Try A Little Tenderness” hopes to promote tenderness in our world that has been going through rough years with over a thousand terrorist attacks, civilian and police killings, divisive elections, misplaced communities, and orphaned children in war zones. Music has a way of bringing people together, and “Try A Little Tenderness” is an intimate song for all people from all walks of life.

Roy Wol is a New York based Israeli-Argentine-Turkish film producer and director. He recently produced Golden Lion Winner & Academy Nominee Milcho Manchevski’s “Bikini Moon” staring Condola Rashad, Award winning director Flavio Alves’ “The Garden Left Behind” starring 5-time Golden Globe winner Ed Asner and Michael Madsen, Flavio Alves’ “Tom in America” starring academy nominees Burt Young and Sally Kirkland winning over 40 awards and 140 film festival screenings; Sundance Short program alumni Doug Karr’s feature narrative “Art Machine”, starring Golden Globe nominee Joey Lauren Adams, Joseph Cross, Jessica Szhor, Christopher Abbott, and “A Wife Alone” which premiered at 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival.

Wol’s films focus on Jewish values, LGTBQ and minority subjects, family dramas, immigrating and counter cultures and have been screened in a long list of film festivals internationally. He has also guest lectured in various institutions and universities on World Cinema, film production, fund raising, and has recently help kick off the Chinese-US initiative by United Nations in Shenzhen, China.

“Try A Little Tenderness” will be screened at the Red Carpet on Friday, September 22. Get your tickets now!