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Hundred and Two Mature: Film Facts

1980, Film: 16mm
28 minutes, Color
Description: Harry Lieberman, at age 102, shares with wit and wisdom his art, which celebrates Talmudic lore and Jewish life in long-ago Eastern Europe, in this documentary which describes his transformation from retired businessman to artist who, in his old age, is "living on the top of the world."
Featuring: James "Son" Thomas
Copyright: Copyright, 1980 Irving Saraf and Allie Light
Filmmaker(s): Allie Light, Irving Saraf
Produced by: Allie Light and Irving Saraf. Produced in association with PTV Production Inc.
Cinematography: Michael Anderson, Irving Saraf
Editing: Allie Light and Irving Saraf.
Sound: Jay Ignaszewski, Kirk Schuler
Acknowledgements: Storyteller Irwin Rosen. Narrator Allie Light. Consultant Julia Weissman. Music Ed Bogas. Sound mix Mark Berger at Fantasy Films, Berkeley, CA. Sound cutting Robert Shoup. Assistants John McCormick, Peter Saraf, Robert Shoup, Fawn Yacker. Thanks to Ankrum Gallery, Los Angeles ; Morris Gallery, New York ; Fairfax High School, Los Angeles ; Jim Nastasia, Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon-Chabad, Los Angeles ; AMCAL, INC., Concord, CA ; Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Funding: Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington D.C., a Federal Agency.

Distribution: Light-Saraf Films
264 Arbor St., San Francisco, CA 94131
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Distributor Website: Light-Saraf Films
Distributor Telephone: 415-584-3521

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264 Arbor St., San Francisco, CA 94131
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