1. A Blessing on the Moon Sample

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    From a workshop of the new Opera, "A Blessing on the Moon," composed by Andy Teirstein, and adapted from the novel by Joseph Skibell. Bradley Dean, Tenor. The developmental workshop was at the 2008 Brave New Works Festival in Atlanta. Choreography and Direction by Rebecca Salzer and Rebecca Novick.

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    • A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People

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      Rhona Arenstein and Rosann Bocciarelli are two friends who were the driving force to bring “A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People” to Richmond. The exhibit is on display at the Virginia Holocaust Museum and will be there until the end of May. The exhibit draws its name from the Pope's 1993 appeal marking the 50th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising: “As Christians and Jews, following the example of the faith of Abraham, we are called to be a blessing to the world. This is the common task awaiting us. It is therefore necessary for us, Christians and Jews, to first be a blessing to one another.” Both Ms. Arenstein and Ms. Bocciarelli are volunteers at the Virginia Holocaust Museum and hope that everyone has the opportunity to visit this incredible exhibit.

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      • A Blue Hole in the Sky

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        This is the opening scene of 2008 award winning film A Blue Hole in the Sky. It dissolves to another part of the film, where schoolchildren commemorate the genocide on gypsies at the Amsterdam Museumplein, where the Roma anthem Djelem, djelem is performed. This probing film tells the touching story of twelve people who survived the second World War and talk about it for the first time, thus breaking a taboo. Through sometimes violent and also beautiful images and stories, the spectator is sucked in by a piece of history that everybody has always kept silent about up to now. Taking into account that the war is taboo and is never discussed, most certainly not in front of a camera, Bob Entrop has been able to make a unique and special film. As a result of a growing trust and the friendships that have development in the past few years between the Sinti and Roma and filmmaker Bob Entrop, they were willing to go public with their story for the first time. This film is a journey through time. In the present, we travel with three people to Auschwitz, and at the same time we travel with the others back into the past, to the time in which almost a million Sinti and Roma, gipsies, were murdered.

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        • ABORTION HOLOCAUST

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          Your tax dollars hard at work, killing over 3,500 babies in the U.S.A. EVERY DAY since Roe V. Wade U.S.troops VOLUNTARILY join the military to protect the innocent, FULLY AWARE of the risk involved, & when they die, the liberals protest. Those SAME liberals want this senseless slaughter of innocent babies to continue, and even INCREASE! LOOK AT THESE PHOTOS! THIS IS NOT "TISSUE"! THESE ARE HUMAN BEINGS THAT ARE BEING SENSELESSLY SLAUGHTERED BY THE THOUSANDS EVERY DAY, RIGHT HERE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

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          • Abraham Joshua Heschel Profile (PBS, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly)

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            A nine-minute segment about Rabbi Heschel (adapted from the work-in-progress feature-length documentary "Praying With My Legs") which aired on PBS's Religion & Ethics Newsweekly. Winner of the 2009 Angel Award for Excellence in Media. Produced by Steve Brand. (c) 2008, Educational Broadcasting Corporation. For more information about the film, please go to http://www.prayingwithmylegs.com Please "like" the film on Facebook at facebook.com/pages/Praying-With-My-Legs/75351991280 If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to the film, you can do so at: https://www.nyfa.org/ArtistDirectory/ShowProject/ecd70fd6-06f6-4265-b09b-8dd8cf67acb9

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            • Abram Goldberg

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              • Absence Documentation Test

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                This is to get an idea of scale within the space at the Holocaust Memorial Social Action Site and to determine lighting levels and the potential necessity for better projectors.

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                • Absent God - work in progress - new demo

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                  ABSENT GOD is a documentary film about the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas, one of the foremost thinkers of the 20th century. Inspired by modern philosophy and ancient Jewish texts, Levinas developed the “humanism of the other”, in which people are called to listen to “the silent word of the human face”. This film juxtaposes the philosophy of Levinas with the Israeli reality of 2012, where seculars and religious, Muslims and Jews, poor and rich - live in a permanent conflict under a sky of an absent God. “The skin of the face is that which stays most naked, most destitute. The face is meaning all by itself, it leads you beyond.” - Emmanuel Levinas

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                  • ABSENT Teaser Trailer

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                    from Matthew Mishory, Director / Added

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                    For over a hundred years, Mărculeşti was a vibrant Jewish agricultural and mercantile community in Bessarabia (now present-day Moldova). In July 1941, the village was the site of an unimaginable atrocity. Seventy-three years later, few speak clearly or honestly about what happened. ABSENT is a cinematic portrait of the ghost village of Mărculeşti, its current inhabitants, and their very complex relationship to their own history. Working entirely on location, filmmaker Matthew Mishory documents one of Europe's poorest, most remote, and least-visited places. Written and Directed by Matthew Mishory. Sabin Dorohoi, Edward Singletary, Jr., and Randall Walk, Producers. Michael Marius Pessah, Cinematographer. Marc Cohen, Co-Writer and Editor. Borja Sau Razquin, Sound. Trailer Music, Gilead Mishory. An Iconoclastic Features Motion Picture, in association with Western Transylvania Studios and Willona Prod Suisse. A US-Romanian-Swiss Co-Production. Premiering in 2015. www.absentfilm.com

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                    • Absolution

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                      This film is intended to be an allegory for the German Nazis facing their crimes after the Holocaust, but it also raises a universal question: how do perpetrators shed their mask of innocence and confront their own monsters, without being torn apart by the guilt? Is there any way to find true absolution for actions one cannot reverse? A big thank you to my brother for helping me film several sequences. Song: You Took Your Time by Mount Kimbie ft King Krule

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