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Join UJA-Federation and The New York Jewish Week
for the next in our Folio series featuring Noa Yedlin, the author of the best-selling book Stockholm that inspired an award-winning Israeli television show. Noa’s novel is a dark comedy set in Tel Aviv about a group of friends who have been close since their army days, fifty years ago — closer than they are to anyone else.

Noa will be joined by one of  Israel’s most celebrated actors — Dovale Glickman — who starred in Shtisel and plays one of the old army buddies in this television series.

This event will be moderated by Sandee Brawarsky.

Questions? Please contact Dena Brody.


Honoree Portrait

Noa Yedlin

Best-selling Israeli author and the recipient of the Sapir Prize and the Prime Minister’s Prize for Hebrew Literature. Noa was named by Haaretz Magazine one of "66 Israeli Women You Should Know."

Honoree Portrait

Dovale Glickman

Writer and award-winning Israeli actor in film, theater, and television. Among his many credits are Shtisel and Big Bad Wolves.


Speaker Portrait
Sandee Brawarsky

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