STOCKHOLM - NOBLE INTENTIONS: HONORING SASSON GABAY
Monday,March 11th, 2019 7:00 pm
NOBLE INTENTIONS: HONORING SASSON GABAY
When a renowned economist is found dead in his bed, his friends decide to hide his death for five days, enough time to allow him to win the coveted Nobel Prize in Economics. Determined to retain some integrity for their friend, while also gaining, by proxy, some notoriety for themselves, the plan threatens to unravel in a nail-biting, hysterical, thoughtful, not-to-be missed popular series with an all-star cast: Sasson Gabay (THE BANDS VISIT), Dovale Glickman, Gidi Gov, and Tikva Dayan.
Followed by Q&A with Sasson Gabay, 2019 Ronit Elkabetz AH Pomegranate Award recipient with David Serero.
Daniel Syrkin is an Israeli cinema and TV director and screenwriter.
Syrkin moved to Jerusalem, Israel, in his childhood; he graduated the Tel-Aviv Universitys School of Cinema. His thesis project at the School of Cinema, a short film And Now Rachmaninov won a prize at the Turin Film Festival in Italy.
Syrkin has had a successful professional career in Israel, with many of his films winning prestigious international prizes and participating in major film festivals across the globe. His film Out of Sight (2006) won the Israeli Academy Award for Best Director, and was presented at the Cannes International Film Festival in the same year.
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