Yoram, a 50-year-old veterinarian living in Tel-Aviv is forced to re-examine his relationship with his adolescent daughter Roni, after she wishes to end her life. He decides to take her on a journey to visit her mother’s family, a process of self and mutual discovery in a primordial desert land enveloping the Dead Sea.
Original title: The Day After I'm Gone Country: Israel Language: Hebrew Production year: 2018 Length: 95'
Menashe Noy, Zohar Meidan, Alon Neuman, Sarit Vino Elad
Director: Nimrod Eldar Screenwriter: Nimrod Eldar DOP: Itay Marom Editor: Nimrod Eldar Producers: Eitan Mansuri, Nimrod Eldar, Jonathan Doweck, Moshe Edery, Leon Edery Production Companies: Spiro Films LTD, United King Films World sales: Luxbox
Berlin International Film Festival - Panorama
Nimrod Eldar was born on January 28, 1977 in Jerusalem, Israel. After its graduation at the Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, he served the Israel's film industry for many years as a writer, editor, and sound designer. His debut feature film "The Day After I'm Gone" won the “Sam Spiegel Alumni Award” and the “Cinelink” award for Work in Progress at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
2018, The Day After I’m Gone
2005, My Masked Purim (Short)
2002, King’s Road (Short)