New Jersey Film Festival Filmmaker Spring 2022 Q+A Video with Letters2Maybe Director Yehuda Sharim

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By Al Nigrin



originally published: 02/05/2022

Here is the New Jersey Film Festival Filmmaker Spring 2022 Video Q+A with Letters2maybe Director Yehuda Sharimthe jurors of the Capri Leone festival and Hamsa Hassan, as well as the director of the Al Nigrin festival.

Letters2Maybe – Yehuda Sharim (Merced, CA)

Letters2maybe offers an intimate portrait of those who refuse to surrender amid daily devastation and culminating conflict, offering a vision of equality and a renewed sense of solidarity in a divided country. Letters2maybe offers a fluid and eclectic tapestry of physical and emotional movements of different immigrant communities as they encounter impossible challenges in a land of compounding disasters. Adopting a kaleidoscopic storytelling style to highlight the poetics and precariousness that follow the need for freedom, Letters2maybe is an unfinished letter, articulating the ever-growing but unwavering demand for justice and tenderness in our world today. 2021; 92 mins.

Letters2Maybe will screen at the Spring 2022 New Jersey Film Festival on February 6! To buy tickets, click here. The New Jersey Film Festival Spring 2022 will take place select Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until February 20, 2022. Due to COVID, our festival will be virtual again this spring. All films will be available virtually via video on demand for 24 hours on their broadcast date. More information is available here: https://newjerseyfilmfestivalspring2022.eventive.org/welcome


Albert Gabriel Nigrin is an award-winning experimental media artist whose work has been screened on five continents. He is also a lecturer in film studies at Rutgers University and executive director/curator of Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center, Inc.


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