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Jumpin' Night in the Garden of Eden: Film Facts

1987, Film: 16mm
01 hours, 15 minutes, Color
Description: A Jumpin' Night in the Garden of Eden was the first film to document the klezmer revival, tracing the efforts of two founding groups, Kapelye and Boston's Klezmer Conservatory Band, to recover the lost history of klezmer music. A Michal Goldman film.
Featuring: Henry Sapoznik, Michael Alpert, Eric Berman, Lauren Brody, Ken Maltz, Hankus Netsky, Don Byron, Judy Bressler, Miriam Rabson, David Brody, Robin Miller, Frank London, Ingrid Monson, Merryl Goldberg, David Harris, Mark Hamilton, Evan Harlan, Steve Netsky, Jim Guttman, Charlie Berg, Grans Smith, Joel Rubin, Leon Schwartz, Dave Tarras, Ben Gailing, KAPELYE, THE KLEZMER CONSERVATORY BAND
Copyright: 1987, Michal Goldman
Filmmaker(s): Michal Goldman
Produced by: Michal Goldman
Cinematography: Boyd Estus; additional cinematography by Dyanna Taylor
Editing: Michal Goldman
Sound: Colin Macnab; additional sound recording by John Dildine
Acknowledgements: Associate producer: Anne O. Craig; Translator: David Fishman; Consultants: Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Martin Schwartz, Mark Slobin; with the members of Kapelye and the Klezmer Conservatory Band.
Funding: The National Endowment for the Arts/Folk Arts, the American Film Institute in association with the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, the New Englan
Awards: Screenings: The Dallas International Film Festival, the Chicago Jewish Film Festival, The Moscow International Film Festival, the Film Forum (New York), the Cooldige Theater (Boston), and the Roxie (San Francisco). Nationally broadcast on PBS.

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