1529 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20036

A story for the ages set to an entirely new tune, this 1920s cinematic masterpiece is based on the Jewish myth of a soulless clay giant created to serve and protect the Jews of 16th century Prague. The film will be accompanied by Daniel Hoffman’s award-winning score performed live by the band Davka.

Germany, 1920; 85 minutes | Director: Carl Boese; Paul Wegener | 16mm
Davka: Daniel Hoffman,violin; Moses Sedler, cello; Kevin Mummey, Middle-Eastern percussion; Paul Hanson, bassoon
In advance: $12; Discounted Member/Student/Senior/Limited Income $9
At the door: $15; Discounted Member/Student/Senior/Limited Income $12

Go to wjmf.org or call (800) 494-TIXS
Info: [email protected]; (202) 777-3250
(tags: Jewish music, film, silent film, davka, golem, Daniel Hoffman, Washington Jewish Music Festival)

Official Website: http://washingtondcjcc.org/classes/center-for-the-arts/music/2008-wjmf/wjmf-golem.html

Added by WJMF on May 11, 2008

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