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Photograph of the Day – Nargilla

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Mozart's Last Aria

Book Trailer -Recently filmed for the novel: Mozart’s Last Aria by Matt Rees This is the fifth book trailer I have had the opportunity to film for writer Matt Rees – This time for his upcoming historical novel about the mysterious death of ¬†composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. We decided to do something much more cinematic […]

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Sea of Black

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Poland at Crossroads – Wall Street Journal

While filming some final scenes of my documentary Scandal in Ivansk in Poland a couple weeks ago, I did this piece for the Wall Street Journal about the country after the tragic plane crash that killed their president, first lady and many other government officials and civilians. The original WSJ piece can be seen here: […]

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Salam Fayyad

The Jerusalem Post reports that Harvard law professor, Alan Dershowitz hailed Palestinian Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad as “the best that Israel has, and probably the best that Israel has ever had” in terms of a partner for peace. Here is my interview with Salam Fayyad from several months ago where he spoke to me about […]

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Jerusalem Post Film Review

Please come to tomorrow’s free screening of Remember me in memory of Leopold Kehilat Yedidya Synagogue 12 Lifshitz Street Baka, Jerusalem Wed. April 14 at 7:30 PM For more information about the screening or House to House contact: Darla at 052-692-6451 Here is a review in the Jerusalem Post. http://www.jpost.com/ArtsAndCulture/Entertainment/Article.aspx?id=172925 Photo by: David Blumenfeld Foraging […]

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Remember Me: Film Screening on Wed. April 14, 19:30-Yedidya Synagogue

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Photographs of the day

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Mea Shaarim, 2010

An image from the series Mesamche Lev. I learned a new word this week: “Schmeichl” (Smile!) It’s actually an old word in Yiddish. But spending time in Mea Shearim, Jerusalem’s ultra-orthodox neighborhood, it seems that Yiddish is alive and well. Photographing in Mea Shearim is like having a chance to go back in time to […]

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'Engrossing,' 'New Yorkers will be startled' New York Times Book Review

Coney Island is the perfect scene for a crime novel. This was my first impression as I exited Brooklyn’s final subway stop and strolled through boarded up Freak Show stands, the circa-1950′s “Cyclone” wooden roller-coaster, and a limping crack-headed hooker mumbling a solicitation from across Surf Avenue. I had arrived at the infamous Coney Island […]

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