Etgar Keret
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Urban Fairytales and Political Ghosts
10 Feb 2009 // 3:00 PM

With the setting shifting from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, recent Israeli films are showing an evolution in storytelling away from nationalism and war and towards the fantastic and the interiority of everyday life.


Brief and Bizarre Encounters Come Knocking In Etgar Keret's 'Suddenly, a Knock on the Door'
14 May 2012 // 6:00 PM

Etgar Keret’s satire may be local, but his ironies are global; this is a master storyteller, creating deep, tragic, funny, painful tales with scarcely more words than you’ve read in this review.

Jellyfish (Meduzot)
22 Apr 2008 // 11:45 PM

Comprised of exquisite single images, Jellyfish achieves a fluidity that is both alluring and conventional.


'The Seven Good Years' Is Brilliant and Short
22 Jul 2015 // 9:05 PM

Some of the strangeness Keret works into his fiction comes from the unique way he sees the real world: a little bent, exasperated, amused and yet also with deep wells of kindness.

//Mixed media

Robert DeLong Upgraded for 'In the Cards' (Rough Trade Photos + Tour Dates)

// Notes from the Road

"Robert DeLong ups his musical game with his new album In the Cards and his live show gets a boost too.

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