I Think This is the Closest to How the Footage Looked
Yuval Hamieri

Friday Jun 6, 2014

Metrotech Commons
Downtown Brooklyn
5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201
A, C, F or R Train to Jay Street Metrotech or 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall or B, Q or R to DeKalb

8:00PMDoors Open
8:30PMLive Music by Salt Cathedral
9:00PMFilms Begin
No refunds. In the event of rain, show will be rescheduled. Please visit www.rooftopfilms.com for rain details. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.


This Show Presented in Partnership With
Forest City
Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
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I Think This is the Closest to How the Footage Looked (Yuval Hamieri | 10 min.)


A man recreates with poor means a lost memory. A memory of the last day with his Mom. Objects come to life, in a desperate struggle, to produce one moment that was gone.


Born in 1987, in Haifa, Israel. Lives in Afula. Cinema Director, theater artist and Actor, Member of "TARBUT" movement, a social movement of artists-educators which operates within the community in weakened towns and cities throughout Israel. Graduated from "WIZO" School of Art In Haifa. Studied in Tel-Aviv University Film & TV department. "I think this is the closest to how the footage looked" is his first film.

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