NORTH AMERICAN FESTIVAL SCREENINGS

Washington Jewish Film Festival (2009)
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A short comic parable told on camera by Hungarian Jewish writer George Tabori. Shot in 35mm by Michael Verhoeven. This gem provides an ideal introduction for the Verhoeven-Tabori feature film My Mother's Courage.

George Tabori (24 May 1914 - 24 July 2007)

GeorgeTabori, the Hungarian-born playwright, director, and actor whose avant-garde works confronted anti-Semitism is a legend in Germany's postwar theater world. Pictured with Pauline Collins on the set of My Mother's Courage, the award-winning feature film written by Tabori and directed by frequent collaborator Michael Verhoeven.

Tabori Obituary - New York Times

Tabori Obituary - The Independent

ALSO DIRECTED BY MICHAEL VERHOEVEN

The White Rose

The Nasty Girl

My Mother's Courage

Human Failure

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The Legend of Mrs. Goldman and the Almighty God

Germany, 1996, 3 minutes, color
Directed By Michael Verhoeven

Call to arrange screenings. Public Exhibition 35MM, Beta Rental Available


 
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