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Friday, February 20, 2009

Hold the Soup: a new movie in DC at the NGA

My fellow Dorot alum Faye Lederman has, over the last few years, embarked on a career of producing and directing a number of provocative and moving films. I just received word that Faye and her collaborators will be screening a new movie of theirs in Washington DC this weekend. Here's the info:

Our new documentary Hold the Soup will screen at the National Gallery of Art this weekend, Sat. Feb 21 at 2pm as part of a program of short films. The other pieces are an interesting mix, including a film by the famous experimental artist Barbara Hammer. (Avant garde meets matzo balls? who are we to question.) http://www.nga.gov/programs/calendar/cal2009-02_w07.shtm
(click on American Independents: The Black Maria)

Film Synopsis:
Jewish grandmothers will think twice about offering up seconds after watching their sacred matzo balls turn to sport in this gustatory romp. Competitive eaters from across the country face off in a sloppy race for the title of World Matzo Ball Eating Champion. These "seasoned athletes" spanning the ethnic spectrum serve up some unique perspectives on Jewish cooking and dispel our myths about who loves Jewish food and why.

Posted by Administrators on February 20, 2009 at 08:03 AM in Film | Permalink


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