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A screening of Kol Neshama’s newest and most exciting film yet is the perfect summer camp, school, mother/daughter, Chol HaMo’ed or community event for women and girls ages 10 and up. If you would like to arrange a screening, please contact Leah Gottfried: 323-345-7172.
Teenage girls in Israel who are religiously observant and love the performing arts will now have a summer program tailored to nurture their talent. Robin Garbose, the artistic director of the California-based summer performing arts conservatory for girls, Kol Neshama, will be opening a program in Safed this summer, in the Machon Alte Seminary in… [Continue Reading]
by Rachel Wizenfeld ‘Tis the season – for religious women’s performing arts, that is. From musicals to movies, LA’s Hollywood culture has spilled into the observant Jewish world, inspiring several local women to create exceptional opportunities for frum women and girls to practice and showcase their talentsin a rigorous, yet modest and uplifting environment. Coming… [Continue Reading]
February 12, 2015
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February 12, 2015
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fCxY8t1uA A screening of Kol Neshama's newest and most exciting film yet is the perfect summer camp, school, mother/daughter, Chol HaMo'ed or community event for … [...]
June 28, 2013
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July 27, 2012
Photos added 9/4, 8/12 (including goodbye banquet and Malibu Creek hike), 8/10 (including filming of music video, internal monologues and bonfire), 8/8, 8/3, 7/31, 7/30, 7/27 … [...]
Press & Photos
November 25, 2012
by Yehudis Keller, age 15, NY Hi Rivka! We are so glad for this opportunity to talk to you. Many of us have seen you starring as lead actress in A Light for Greytowers and The Heart that Sings. How does it feel to play such an important role in these movies? To begin with, […]
May 30, 2012
by Sarah Trappler Spielman One afternoon this past winter, I waited at a café in Boro Park for Yuta Silverman, an ambitious young filmmaker who lives in the neighborhood. Although I had watched four of her films in one week, I didn’t know what to expect. But when a beautiful red-haired woman entered with a […]
November 21, 2012
The Stern College Dramatics Society hosted Robin Garbose, the director of The Heart That Sings, for a screening of her film and facilitated a discussion with her and several actresses from the movie (some of whom are Stern students). Photos by Aliza Slepian.
January 3, 2012
By Sarah Trappler Spielman Orthodox director Robin Garbose is at it again. First she made history four years ago with a red carpet premiere of her movie musical “A Light for Greytowers” in Los Angeles. Modestly clad Orthodox girls and women filled Paramount Studio’s lot at the Sherry Lansing Theater, many attending a movie for […]
February 27, 2012
by Libby Herz One of the most-widely attended Jewish film festivals in the United States shined a spotlight on the lives of religious women this week, treating all-female audiences to screenings of a uniquely feminine work of art and a chance to get to know the film’s director. With a cast dominated by religious women […]
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Director’s Video Blogs
March 20, 2012
The “HEART THAT SINGS” A Robin Garbose Film, now on DVD! Purchase TODAY! Promo produced by Sha-Ron Kushnir.
August 11, 2014
An interview with director Robin Garbose about Kol Neshama’s upcoming play performances in Tzefat for Women & Girls.
October 30, 2013
My kids woke up with me at 6 this morning to listen to the radio talk show I was a guest on (it aired 9 EST)… awww! But if you happened to miss it, you can listen here! It’s a pretty engaging discussion! http://www.nachumsegal.com/jm-in-the-am/something-to-talk-about-with-randi-wartelsky/