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This excellent, engaging book is required reading for anyone interested in Yiddish and Jewish film and theater.
Bridge of Light book. Also includes the documentary The Yiddish Cinema (60 mi. DVD), narrated by David Mamet.
Hoberman's authoritative work on Yiddish cinema boasts many strengths. Hoberman provides thorough background on key films, actors, producers, and directors associated with the Yiddish cinema. At times he must resort to speculation, while admirably trying to fill in the gaps that stem from the missing documentation, lost films, and incomplete prints that are an unfortunate component of Yiddish cinema's reality.
Bridge of Light: Yiddish Film Between Two Worlds. New York: The Museum of Modern Art/Schocken Books, 1992. Vulgar Modernism: Writing on Film and Other Media. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1991. Dennis Hopper: From Method to Madness. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1988. Home Made Movies: Twenty Years of American 8Mm & Super-8 Films. Anthology Film Archives, New York, 1981.
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Also includes the documentary The Yiddish Cinema (60 mi. Brandeis University Press.
Hoberman, the former longtime Village Voice film critic, is a monthly film columnist for Tablet Magazine. By J. Hoberman · November 21, 2019. The Marx Brothers in ‘Hello, Dalí’. An interview with J. Hoberman on The Marketplace of Ideas.