It’s that time again!

3GNY Shabbat Dinner @ Makor
… with Filmmaker Pearl Gluck

Friday, March 16, 2007 – 8 p.m.

Makor – Steinhardt Building
35 West 67th Street
New York, NY
Tickets: $30 / or 2 for $50

Join 3GNY for our third Shabbat Dinner, featuring director/writer/producer Pearl Gluck. Pearl, a grandchild of survivors, will discuss her connection to the survivor generation from an artist’s perspective, and her inspiration for making her debut feature documentary, Divan.

Our previous Shabbat dinners were extremely successful, so don’t miss this one! We look forward to seeing you there.

Pearl Gluck | director / writer / producerTen years after leaving her native Borough Park, Brooklyn, Pearl Gluck received a Fulbright grant to collect oral histories from Yiddish speakers in areas of Hungary once home to thriving Hasidic communities. At heart, she is a zamler, Yiddish for collector, an ethnographer. Divan is a Hasidic tale five years in the making and is her debut feature documentary, developed with the assistance of the Sundance Institute. Pearl was the first to receive a Yiddish Fulbright to Hungary and her work was created with the support of foundations such as New York State Council on the Arts, Eva Eastman Fund, and the National Foundation for Jewish Culture. She co-directed the award-winning short, Great Balls of Fire (6 mins; 2001) which is a homeless man’s response to September 11. Gluck has spearheaded community arts programs, curated literary and film events from Hungary to Israel to New York City, and has just returned from a February artist residency at the Paideia Institute in Stockholm. As part of her ongoing commitment to educational outreach, she has appeared on numerous college and university campuses, and acted as writer/mentor at the MacArthur-granted program, The Harlem Writers Crew.

Please purchase tickets before March 16…

By phone: 212.415.5500

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Julie Cohen and Deyna Selkin,