Interview with Annette Insdorf

 

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A special thanks to the distinguished film historian Annette Insdorf for a wonderful discussion of "Safer in Silence" - presented by the Sousa Mendes Foundation

Unknown Objects of Desire

Honored to have played Marie Skłodowska Curie in a Zoom reading at the Actors Studio PDW workshop of Lanie Robertson's new play in development, "Unknown Objects of Desire."


Corinne appearing in Chekhov's "The Bear"

On Monday March 29th Corinne appeared in a virtual production of Chekhov’s, The Bear, at Prism Stage Company. The audience reaction was overwhelming, and Prism Stage Company is working on scheduling an encore presentation.

The Bear
Three masterful actors carry you through this one act comedic play that pits a grieving landowning widow against her boorish and yet compelling landlord, with only her footman to supervise.

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Back to Work in Poland

Back in Poland working with my brilliant and gifted editor, Milenia Fiedler

At Christopher's Apartment in Lodz

ChristopherAptHere we are at Christopher's apartment in Lodz. In the background, Christopher's collection of the paintings of his famous cousin, the Polish artist Roman Kramstyk.


Wonderful meeting with Sigmund Rolat

Corinne and Sigmund Rolat

Honored to meet with Sigmund Rolat, inspirational business leader, philanthropist and champion of Polish-Jewish relations. Mr. Rolat is  board member, one of the main private donors, and tireless supporter of the newly established Polin Museum of the History of Polish-Jews, in Warsaw. The museum celebrates the 1000 year history of Jews in Poland. Mr. Rolat, a Holocaust survivor who has been honored at Yad Vashem, also serves as President of the North American Support Committee of the museum.  Can't wait to see it. More to follow, soon.


Back to Poland

Getting ready for my trip to Poland for more work on my documentary.  Will be shooting several days with Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Slawomir Grünberg. Very excited to go back and see friends and newfound family members. Will definitely go see the recently opened "Polin Museum" in Warsaw,  celebrating the 1000 year history of Jews in Poland.