Tomorrow's Gone Trailer

In the early 2000's, Tel Avivian Journalist and Musician Boaz Goldberg began to document his friend Gabi Abudraham - a dreamy young man from the Beit She'an periphery, with an obsession for Elvis, a fascination for mystical teachings and virtuoso musical abilities. The shy Abudraham creates an eccentric character named Charlie Megira, embarking on a stormy musical journey and reaching large 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. Meanwhile, Goldberg struggles to eliminate his personal demons in order to finish the film, moving along a timeline of nearly two decades and examining what happens when an artist crosses the boundaries he has set for himself.

  • Boaz Goldberg
    Tomorrow's Gone
  • Boaz Goldberg
    Tomorrow's Gone
  • Boaz Goldberg
    Tomorrow's Gone
  • Boaz Goldberg
    Tomorrow's Gone
  • Boaz Goldberg
    Tomorrow's Gone
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    מחר כבר עבר
  • Project Type:
    Short, Other
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 25 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 31, 2019
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, DV, Video 8
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Director Biography - Boaz Goldberg

Boaz Goldberg (1974) is a documentary filmmaker and an interdisciplinary artist. He worked as a music journalist for more than a decade ("Zman Tel Aviv", "City Mouse", "The City", "Israel Today") and meticulously covered the alternative music scene in Israel. Goldberg later had several editing and directing jobs in many television programs. He dabbled in painting, photography and recording music. All of this led him into the world of documentary filmmaking. Tomorrow's Gone, a full feature film about the life and death of Charlie Megira, is his debut feature documentary.

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Director Statement

Romanticism über alles