Project Updates
Frank Grunwald Speaks at Yom Hashoah in Memphis
On Sunday, April 27, Frank spoke before a crowd of over 400 people at the Memphis Jewish Federation's 52nd Annual Yom Hashoah Commemoration. The event was held at the Memphis Jewish Community Center and included a presentation of colors by local

Misa's Fugue Heads "North" to Toronto Next Month
In early May, Misa's Fugue will play as part of the Toronto Jewish Film Festival and also be featured as part of a special program at the Sara & Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Center in Toronto. These screenings will be part of the official

On Wednesday, April 2 Misa's Fugue was screened as the opening event for the 33rd Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide at Millersville University. The Conference is one of the largest of its kind in the United States and the opening event was

On Sunday, March 30 at 3 PM, Misa's Fugue will once again return to the Shenandoah Valley with a screening at the Beth El Congregation in Harrisonburg, VA. The Congregation is very excited about hosting this screening and a post-viewing Q & A with

On Friday, March 14, Misa's Fugue screened for the Fishers (IN) Parks & Recreation Department's Nickel Plate Theatre's Film and Speaker's Series. Following the screening, Frank Grunwald and Kelly Watson, a Social Studies teacher at Fisher's Junior

Next Friday, March 14, Frank Grunwald and USHMM REC Member Kelly Watson will take part in a Q & A following a screening of Misa's Fugue as part of the Nickel Plate Theatre Film and Speaker's Series in Fishers, IN. Watson, a Social Studies teacher at

Have you seen Misa's Fugue on the small screen or perhaps as a part of our film festival tour? Or are you interested in the film but haven't gotten a chance to view it yet? Now there is a way for you to bring Misa's Fugue to a theater near

On Sunday, January 19, Director Sean Gaston was reunited with Frank "Misa" Grunwald at the Virginia Festival for Jewish Film. This was the first time the two viewed the film together in public, a monumental event for the Misa's Fugue project. They

The Virginian Pilot ran a special article this week to share the backstory of Misa's Fugue with readers in preview of the film's run this weekend as part of the Virginia Festival of Jewish Film. To read the article, simply click here.

This Sunday, Misa's Fugue, will return to Virginia as a part of the Virginia Festival of Jewish Filml. It will be a very special event as Director Sean Gaston and Frank Grunwald will attend the festival together - the first time the two have