I hope you will enjoy.
The film was screened in the Walter Reade Theater.
Me, Heather, and Matt.
The reception before.
Me and Matt Silver, artist rep. extraordinaire.
Erin and me before the movie.
And since I can't show you the movie yet, here is the trailer.
Afterward some of us were asked to go up on stage.
That's Sandy, the director introducing me.
To see the animated portions I had worked on so hard finally shown on a massive theater screen was amazing to say the least. It was an incredible experience to glance back for a moment and see a sea of faces looking at my work.
I was able to meet Petr Ginz's niece, Tamar, after the screening. I'm not going to lie, it was difficult to keep it together talking with her. To think what her family had lost when Petr and other members of her family were killed is extraordinary.
I look at my work on the film as only trying to help Chava (Petr's little sister who survived and now lives in Israel. She is in her 80s.) tell her story about her brother. That's it.
Next post,Wednesday. A little more about our time in NYC.