Wed 14 August 2019 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cafe Shapira - Ralbag 15, Tel Aviv,

On Wenesday, 14.8, we will screen the film “Etgar Keret: based on a true story” at Cafe Shapira.

After the screening, an open conversation with the author Etgar Keret will take place.

The film was directed by Stephane Kaas and Rutger Lemm from the Netherlands.

In his short stories, Israeli writer Etgar Keret plays with fantasy and reality. His own life, too, seems a modern fairy tale. In this hybrid documentary, Stephane Kaas and Rutger Lemm investigate why storytelling is an essential aspect of Keret’s life.

Where and When?
Wednesday, 14.8, Cafe Shapira, Ralbag 15 st. TLV

20:00 doors open
20:30 screening begins

Free entrance!

Please note that the film is screened in the garden of the cafe.
Arrive early and catch a good seat. If all the seats are taken, you’re welcome to find a place on the mat.

See you 🙂

Credits and aditional information:
Length: 67 minutes, 2017, Netherlands.
English/Hebrew with Hebrew Subtitles.

Director: Stephane Kaas
Script & Interviews: Stephane Kaas & Rutger Lemm
Assistant Director: Rutger Lemm
Camera: Diderik Evers
Sound: Dennis Kersten & Diego van Uden
Editor: Stephane Kaas, Ruben van der Hammen, Mieneke Kramer
Animation Directors: Nina Gantz & Digna van der Put
Composer: Peter Vandrie & Orel Tamuz
Sound Editor: Gijs den Hartogh & Vincent Sinceretti
Animations: Elian van der Heiden, Michael Sewnarain, Arjan Wilschut, Daan Faudet, Digna van der Put
Grading: Michiel Rummens – Amator
Post Production Producer: Jan Jaap Kuiper
Producers: Katja Draaijer & Frank Hoeve – Baldr Film
Assistant Producer: Jotte den Dulk
Co-producers: 2-Team Productions (IL)
Commissioning Editor: Oscar van der Kroon
Broadcaster: NTR
Financiers & Funds: Dutch Cultural Media Fund
Israeli rights: Yes Docu

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