Project Updates
On Sunday, February 10 the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia hosted a screening of Misa's Fugue followed by a Q & A with producers, Sean Gaston and Jennifer Goss. The JGSGP was one of the original donors to the project and the

Misa's Fugue is eligible to win a People's Choice Telly Award and we need YOUR help! To vote, simply click here and then vote by giving us a "Thumbs Up." You can vote as many times as you want and do not need to watch the trailer each time you vote.

The Telly Awards has named Misa’s Fugue a winner in the 34th Annual Telly Awards competition. With nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is truly an honor. Misa’s Fugue received two Silver Telly's, their

Misa's Fugue will make its Arizona premiere as an "Official Selection" of this year's Phoenix Film Festival. The producers received word last night from Festival Coordinator, Jason Carney, that the film will be part of the festival and is going to

Throughout the course of the film's journey, we have shared with you several documents which have surfaced that were previously unknown to Frank and the team. Although this has now happened numerous times since the project began, we have not ceased

On Tuesday, January 15, Misa's Fugue Producer Jennifer Goss had the opportunity to conduct a Q & A session with Albright College students using the virtual technology, Skype. Students in Professor Claudia Strauss' Jewish Literature and Film course

Rev. Dr. Timothy Valentino, senior pastor of Fleetwood Bible Church, recently published an article about Misa's Fugue in the Lancaster newspaper. Valentino is the father of Visual Effects Coordinator, Andrew Valentino, a 2008 Fleetwood graduate and

Throughout the year, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum sends out e-mails to tens of thousands of followers updating them on various programs and events the Museum is offering. They also feature stories of survivors of the Holocaust and

During her July visit to Indianapolis, USHMM photo archivist Judy Cohen was delighted to see the number of Grunwald family photos that survived the Holocaust. Thanks to the efforts of the Grunwald's housekeeper, Anda, the photos survived the war

Have you ever been watching a film and wondered the name of an actor or actress playing a certain character in the film? Or perhaps, you remembered part of a film's name but can't remember the entire name or the year it was made? Well back in the