has had a distinguished career in many aspects of entertainment, as a director, writer and producer of a variety of screen, stage and television productions. His efforts have earned him several accolades, including the 1993 Filmmakers Award at the Sundance Film Festival, for his singular directing style and original production of the film Fly By Night, released by Columbia/TriStar. Gomer made his debut as a feature film director with the internationally acclaimed, awardwinning Sweet Lorraine, which won the Sakura Prize at the Tokyo Film Festival. In 1996, TriStar released Gomer's first studio film, Sunset Park, produced by Jersey Films, starring Rhea Perlman
Gomer's career has its roots in theater. He served as assistant director and production coordinator at the Circle Repertory Theater in New York City and was associate director to Joseph Chaikin for several productions, including The Dybuk, at the New York Public Theater and Israel's Habimah and Endgame in New York and Paris.
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