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NYU Film Professor Learns her Grandmother Was a Spy Fighting the Nazis During WWII

Walking through Spyscape, the museum of espionage in Midtown, filmmaker Enid Zentelis is intrigued by the collection of spy artifacts, but she’s on her own mission to learn the truth about her late grandmother, a Hungarian-Jewish Holocaust survivor — and a spy.

HOW MY GRANDMOTHER WON WWII- IFP AUDIO HUB PODCAST SERIES: CREATING A PODCAST SERIES AND NAVIGATING NEW AUDIO LANDSCAPE.

Date/Time: Monday, March 8, 2021 – 3:15pm
Metro Area: Online/Virtual (https://www.ourglasselevator.com/node/1382)

Excited to announce that my podcast series #HowMyGrandmotherWonWWII will be participating in IFP Week 2020 inaugural Audio Hub! 

To celebrate @noraephron @robreiner still fantastic #WhenHarryMetSally – I offer my take on Harry, Sally and romantic love in film and television generally for @thelilynews ❤️❤️❤️

Link: https://www.thelily.com/ill-have-what-shes-having-happy-30th-birthday-when-harry-met-sally/


California Dreaming

https://www.thefemword.world/the-word/california-dreaming

I wrote about seeing my first R-rated movie and having a major realization for feminist blog The Fem Word.


Read about “Evergreen” and “Au Pair’s” Mary Kay Place discuss her astonishing performance in Kent Jone’s, “Diane”:

See “Bottled Up’s” Josh Hamilton in upcoming special screening of “Eighth Grade” (2019 Indie Spirit Nomination Best Supporting Actor)

Read about my favorite podcast picks and why I love them here:

Juror for new website for storytellers, Sundance/ColLab:


Exciting Upcoming Screening

The Wonders at Magazzino

July 12, 2019: Italian director Alice Rohrwacaher (Happy as Lazzaro)