“Tashlich”: Cinematic Narrated Short Film Inspired By Max Bruch’s “Kol Nidrei” Produced By Gregory Wilson (2013)

“Tashlich”  is a cinematic narrated short film created for the 7th Annual Emerging Pro Contest. Directed by Brendan Bellomo and photographed by cinematographer Gregory Wilson with the RED Epic provided by RED Digital Cinema.

Directed by:  Brendan Bellomo

Filmed and Produced by:  Gregory Wilson

Tashlich cinematic narrated short film 2013

Written and Co-Produced by:  Sara Rose Feinberg

Music:  Kol Nidrei, Op. 47, for Cello by Max Bruch (1881)

Performed by:  Davis High School Symphony

The film follows a man’s attempt to rid himself of the deep remorse that plagues him by borrowing from the Jewish ritual of Tashlich. Written by Sara Rose Feinberg and shot on location in Newport, Rhode Island over two days, the film was inspired by Max Bruch’s composition for cello, Kol Nidrei, Op. 47 from 1881. The recording heard in the film was performed by the Davis High School Symphony Orchestra.

Website:  http://gregoryjwilson.com/

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