Documentary Film Screening: They Played for Their Lives
- EVT 578
- Jan 27
- 2:00 pm
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- This event will not be audio recorded.
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Join us for a screening of They Played for Their Lives and a special post-film discussion with the director and filmmaker Nurit Jugend, artist Ari Binus, and host of KQED’s Forum, Michael Krasny.
Nurit Jugend, Composer; Filmmaker; Music Lecturer Nurit Jugend has composed more than a dozen published works that have been performed and broadcast worldwide. She works with leading orchestras and ensembles such as the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Jugend received a PhD in music from Stanford.
Ari Binus, Illustrator Ari Binus studied painting at Boston University's College of Fine Arts. He has illustrated five children's books for various publishing houses and has created storyboards and artwork for use in numerous documentaries and short films. He also consults for a wide range of other storytelling and creative communications projects, such as writing song lyrics for video game music and narration scripts for video game cinematics.
Michael Krasny, Host of Forum, KQED Radio; Professor of English, SF State Michael Krasny is a scholar and professor of English and American literature, an award-winning broadcast journalist, and the author of two acclaimed books, Off Mike: A Memoir of Talk Radio and Literary Life and Spiritual Envy: An Agnostic’s Quest. Since 1993, he has been the host of Forum with Michael Krasny on KQED Radio, the most listened-to locally produced public radio program in the country.
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