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A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES
"A sweet and illuminating journey into cult cinema history..."
- Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter
"Strange, passionate [and] intensely creative!"
- Tom Huddleston, TimeOut London
Winner - Best Director - Trenton Film Festival
Winner - Best Documentary - Long Island Film Festival
"A campaign for mayor that takes unexpected, and heartbreaking, twists and turns."
- Josh Benson, The New York Times
"Wonderful! ...an earnest portrait of the way that politics changes people."
- Jen Johans, Film Intuition
"This film will make you laugh, it will make you cryâ?¦it will make you feel."
- C Dempsey, Cinephelia.com
CONDUCT! EVERY MOVE COUNTS
"****[T]his entertaining film provides an interesting insight into the interaction between musicians and conductor..."
- Bianka Piringer, kino-zeit.de
COOKING AT THE WORLD'S END
DEATHDEALER: A DOCUMENTARY
EAST JERUSALEM WEST JERUSALEM
"While collaborations like this aren't unprecedented, the timing and scope of this project has far-reaching effects. The album is good; the making-of documentary is extraordinary."
- Jordan Hoffman, Vanity Fair
"At a time when Israel and Palestine seem as hopelessly divided as ever, the documentary shows how artistry can wrestle with heavy societal themes to inspire personal, soul-stirring music."
- Zach Sharf, IndieWire
"...Israeli filmmakers Erez Miller and Henrique Cymerman manage to inject a sense of optimism into a conflict that often seems desperate and without solution."
- Andrea R. Vaucher, The Wrap
ED & PAULINE
"[Chronicles] the rise and fall of the beachside snack stand, with the humble hot dog joint standing in as a symbol for the American Dream..."
- New York Observer
"...shows the tremendous highs and lows that came along with founding a New York City institution, and takes the audience along for a whirlwind trip down memory lane."
- AM New York
"...a unique and intimate look into almost 100 years of his family's history and the history of New York City, using the hot dog as a lens. "
- Wall St Cheat Sheet