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Director (feature film)

1.
Day-dream (1964) as Dir of dream seq
Six women, a grandfather, four girls and a young boy live in war ravaged and isolated village of Slavno. Their families and friends have been killed and their bodies have never been found. The first snow brings full isolation to the village. Alma, a young stubborn woman, believes they can still surv
2.
The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) as Director
A scientist keeps his wife''''s severed head alive until he can find a new body for her.
3.
A Brivele der Mamen (1939) as Director
A Letter to Mother's tale of family disintegration and poverty serves as a metaphor for the displacements facing European Jews in 1939. One of the last Yiddish films made in Poland before the Nazi invasion, the film tells the story of a mother's persistent efforts to support her family. While her husband lives in America, Dobrish struggles to care for her three children in pre-WWI Polish Ukraine. After her family is pulled apart by severe poverty and the turmoil of war, Dobrish and her family make their way to New York and turn to the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) in search of a brighter future. Released on September 14, 1939, two weeks after the German blitzkrieg over Poland, this film opened to packed audiences at the Belmont Theater in New York. Hailed by the New York Times as one of the best Yiddish films to reach America, A Letter to Mother was the highest grossing Yiddish film of its time.
4.
Mamele (1939) as Director
5.
The Jester (Der Purimspieler) (1937) as Director
6.
Jester, The (1937)
Mike Manadoro, a 19 year old from Brooklyn, will do almost anything to get out of his neighborhood and to study photography at a Manhattan university. The problem is Mike's father Vinny, a retired sanitation worker, does not have the financial means to support his son's dream. So when local mob boss
7.
Yiddle with His Fiddle (1936) as Director

Cast (feature film)

8.
Almonds and Raisins (1985)
A historical account, featuring numerous clips from the films and interviews with the filmmakers, of Yiddish cinema.
9.
10.
A Daughter of Her People (1932) as The narrator
A exploration of the rebirthing movement started by Leonard Orr in in 1974.

Writer (feature film)

11.
The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) as Screenwriter
A scientist keeps his wife''''s severed head alive until he can find a new body for her.
12.
The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) as Original Story
A scientist keeps his wife''''s severed head alive until he can find a new body for her.
13.
A Brivele der Mamen (1939) as Scenario
A Letter to Mother's tale of family disintegration and poverty serves as a metaphor for the displacements facing European Jews in 1939. One of the last Yiddish films made in Poland before the Nazi invasion, the film tells the story of a mother's persistent efforts to support her family. While her husband lives in America, Dobrish struggles to care for her three children in pre-WWI Polish Ukraine. After her family is pulled apart by severe poverty and the turmoil of war, Dobrish and her family make their way to New York and turn to the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) in search of a brighter future. Released on September 14, 1939, two weeks after the German blitzkrieg over Poland, this film opened to packed audiences at the Belmont Theater in New York. Hailed by the New York Times as one of the best Yiddish films to reach America, A Letter to Mother was the highest grossing Yiddish film of its time.
14.
Yiddle with His Fiddle (1936) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

15.
The Brazen Women of Balzac (1970) as Presented By
16.
That Woman (1968) as Presented By
17.
The Love Feast (1966) as Presented By
Six women, a grandfather, four girls and a young boy live in war ravaged and isolated village of Slavno. Their families and friends have been killed and their bodies have never been found. The first snow brings full isolation to the village. Alma, a young stubborn woman, believes they can still surv
18.
Day-dream (1964) as Prod of dream seq
Six women, a grandfather, four girls and a young boy live in war ravaged and isolated village of Slavno. Their families and friends have been killed and their bodies have never been found. The first snow brings full isolation to the village. Alma, a young stubborn woman, believes they can still surv
19.
Mamele (1939) as Presented By
20.
The Jester (Der Purimspieler) (1937) as Presented By

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