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Trailer of the short documentary MEIR`S FESTIVAL

        

Synopsis

MEIR`S FESTIVAL is a 2013 no budget short documentary about Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles, USA and about the magic of the movie theatre. The doc presents the IFF organizer Meir Fenigstein, his emotions and struggles organizing this event. In the film are interviewed and appeared:  Meir Fenigstein, Sherry Lansing, Martin Landau, Avi Lerner, Branko Lustig, Elon Gold, as well as: Stacy Keach, Stephen Dorff, Lainie Kazan.

Main Cast and Credits

Director: Daniel Strehlau
Producer: Daniel Strehlau
Producer: Meir Fenigstein
Screenplay: Daniel Strehlau
Composer: "Poogy Kaveret"
DoP: Erdem Ertal
Editor: Daniel Strehlau
Sound and sound editor: Daniel Strehlau
Add. cast: Meir Fenigstein, Sherry Lansing, Martin Landau, Avi Lerner, Branko Lustig, Elon Gold, as well as: Stacy Keach, Stephen Dorff, Lainie Kazan.
Producers company:
The Windows Film Studio Brooklyn NY
Year of Production: 2013 June
Duration: 22 Min
Country of origin: USA
Available formats: Full HD NTSC, BD NTSC, DVD, Prores H.264, Prores 422 and others
 

Biography and filmography of the director

Director`s bio:
Daniel Strehlau is a Jewish freelance filmmaker from Brooklyn NY, he lives in LA, Ca, USA.  He speaks English, Russian and German. In 2003 he established by his own idea Jewish Film Festival in East Europe, first ever in this part of the world. He organized his festival annually through one decade without the serious financial support of the country, in which the festival took place. The country supported seriously other festivals.
 
Producer, director, screenplay, actor, editor: 
        - narratives (7 - 30 min): THE WINDOWS, MISUNDERSTANDINGS, NOT ENOUGH
- documentaries: "MEIR`S FESTIVAL", "BASHEVIS", "HANUKKAH, A DOUBLE TIME",           "THE JEWS OF WARSAW", "PASSION", "THE GUILDER", "KLAUS KINSKY".
        - commercials: "DAN`s COFFEE" NYC 2010; commercials of annual Jewish Film             Festival in East Europe (2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011)
© Hollywood 2013 by Daniel Strehlau