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Southeast US Premiere

Tomorrow's Gone

Directed by Boaz Goldberg

Israel | 69 minutes | 2019

Hebrew with English subtitles

In the early 2000’s, journalist and musician Boaz Goldberg began to document his friend Gabi Abudraham — a dreamy young man from Beit She’an with an obsession for Elvis, a fascination for mystical teachings, and virtuoso musical abilities. The shy Abudraham created an eccentric character named Charlie Megira, embarked on a stormy musical journey and reached the largest music stages in the United States. Together with his struggle for worldwide artistic recognition, Abudraham was forced to deal constantly with the inner demons that he tried to silence with the larger than life figure he created. These demons eventually and tragically defeated him in his apartment in Berlin. The result is a unique documentary film, moving along a timeline of nearly two decades and examining what happens when an artist crosses the boundaries he has set for himself.

Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Boaz Goldberg and moderator David Rolland, writer for the Miami New Times. To view the conversation please click here.

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Boaz Goldberg is a documentary filmmaker and an interdisciplinary visual artist. He worked as a music journalist for more than a decade for “Zman Tel Aviv”, “City Mouse”, “The City”, and “Israel Today,” covering the alternative music scene in Israel. Tomorrow’s Gone is Boaz’s documentary feature film debut.
Foreign Title Machar Kvar Avar
Director Boaz Goldberg
Countries of Production Israel
Year of Presentation 2019
Language(s) Hebrew with English subtitles
Premiere Status Southeast US Premiere
Runtime 69 minutes
Principal Cast Charlie Megira, Boaz Goldberg, Max Richter
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