Project Updates
This past weekend, Misa's Fugue  played to a sold out crowd at the Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville, VA. The event was attended by Director Sean Gaston, Producer Jennifer Goss and Principal Photographer Matthew Goss. The filmmakers took

On Thursday, October 17, the Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies (PCSS) awarded Misa's Fugue with the Best Social Studies Project Award for the Social Studies learning and inter-school collaboration that was fostered by the project.

Official selections and a schedule for the Virginia Film Festival were announced this week and the Misa's Fugue team is excited to share the film's acceptance into its first film scheduled festival in the Old Dominion. The film is scheduled to

The Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies (PCSS) recently announced that Misa's Fugue will be awarded the "Outstanding Social Studies Project" award at their annual conference and banquet this October. The award recognizes the outstanding

Two weeks ago, during a presentation to teachers participating in the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater's Biennial Educators' Conference on the Holocaust, Producer Jennifer Goss visited the Virginia Holocaust Museum in Richmond, VA. Prior to

Youth Incorporated Magazine recently named Misa's Fugue as one of the "Top Ten Documentaries To See," in their recent issue and on their website. You can check out the article online by clicking here.

On Tuesday, August 20, the Current in Fishers, IN featured an article on Misa's Fugue. Check out the article by clicking on this link.

On Saturday, August 24, Misa's Fugue will be playing at a Lighthouse Film Society event for the Lighthouse Film Festival in Beach Haven, NJ. The screening will take place at the Island Baptist Church at 215 3rd St in Beach Haven at 7:30 PM. It

On Tuesday, August 6, Producer Jennifer Goss ventured to the Virginia Holocaust Museum in Richmond, VA to meet up with teachers participating in the Holocaust Commission of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater's Biennial Educators' Conference.

The New Hope Film Festival concluded its week-long run this past weekend and an awards banquet was held on Sunday. Director Sean Gaston and his wife, Jamye, were in attendance. Misa's Fugue was nominated in five categories but unfortunately did not