Saul Sudin is a writer and filmmaker advocating a new voice for Judaism in the movies. Recently he co-produced the documentary Punk Jews and directed Names, Not Numbers, which has been inducted into the National Library of Israel and the Yeshiva University Museum. He has been profiled in The New Yorker, The Huffington Post, and Haaretz and his films have been featured at the Museum of Fine Art – Boston and the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, among others. Saul received his BFA in Film from the Pratt Institute with a minor in Art History and was the recipient of the Outstanding Merit Award in Media Arts & Film. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, Elke with whom he founded Jewish Art Now, a resource for contemporary Jewish visual art and design.
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Most recently he directed Names, Not Numbers which has been inducted into the National Library of Israel and the Gottesman Library at Yeshiva University and co-produced Punk Jews which is being distributed by the National Center for Jewish Film.
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