Filmed summer 2010 by the girls and staff of Kol Neshama, and based on the short story by Gershon Kranzler, “The Heart that Sings” tells the story of a young Holocaust survivor named Miriam who spends a 1950s summer as the music director at a camp in the Catskills Mountains of New York. At first, […]
With more than 15 cast and crew members from “The Heart that Sings” in attendance at the New York premiere, the post-screening Q&A session was a great look into the making of a frum movie. Here are a few fun and enlightening clips. (Excuse the low-quality lighting and sound…) [cincopa AkPAKiqh0Hwm] If you’ve got any […]
Los Angeles March 27th & 28th @ 7:30pm Brooklyn March 30th @ 7:00 and 9:00pm
Let’s get the buzz going — World Premiere of “The Heart that Sings” will be March 27 in LA, and New York March 29 at the Jewish Children’s Museum! If you are a camper and have not received your password, please contact Program Coordinator Hadas Forgy at email@example.com.
by Rochel Levy True performers look for every opportunity they can to exercise their talents, so when summer comes around, the numerous camps and jobs targeted to the average fun-loving girl just will not do. Performers need something bigger: Kol Neshama. As Robin Garbose, the director, puts it, “Kol Neshama is not a camp, it […]
Just posted — photos from the filming of “The Heart that Sings”, and Summer Program 2010!
To arrange an Israel screening, contact Hedva Goldschmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02-583-1371 / 052-332-1732. For US and other screenings, contact Kol Neshama at email@example.com or 310-659-2342 The Los Angeles Times called it, “Entertaining and uplifting.” Binah Magazine described it as, “Truly a masterpiece, with a powerful message of faith”, and Rebbetzin Baila Stern of Bais Yaakov of Passaic said, “Inspiring, […]