A Brooklyn Rabbi is bored with his daily routine, but doesn't want to give up his religious life. He just wants something a little different, even if it's only a brief fantasy. Starring Bern Cohen (27 Dresses, Holy Rollers, This Must Be The Place, Devil You Know) and TreZure Empire. Shlomo Pussycat was produced and shot in Brooklyn.
Official Selection: 2012 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
Winner: 2012 Shorts Showcase Festival
Written/Directed/Produced by: Michael K. Feinstein
Producer: Roan Bibby / Max Heckman
Associate Producer: Mark Feinstein / Mark Schulnab
Cinematography: George Lois
Art Direction: Nico Marquez
Editor: Bryan Fox
Bern Cohen, Judy Copeland, Trezure Empire, Robert Heckman, Matthew Nared, Lily Cornell Warriner
About The Director:
Michael K. Feinstein is a writer and director who hails from Rhode Island. He graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in May 2012 where he received degrees in both Dramatic Writing and History. He has interned for both The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He wrote and directed his first short film, Shlomo Pussycat in the summer of 2011, and has several other films in the works.