The Films of Jay Rosenblatt - Vol. 2
The D Train
The Darkness of Day
The Films of Jay Rosenblatt - Vol. 1
April, 2013 - Inquire Within selected for the international competition at the Norwegian Short Film Festival.
March, 2013 - Inquire Within selected for the international competition at the Tampere Short Film Festival, Finland
October, 2012 - Film/STILL Program of work at Denver Film Society
May/June, 2012 - Retrospective at EYE Film Institute, Amsterdam and Master Class at Netherlands Film Academy.
February, 2012 - Retrospective at ZagrebDox, Croatia.
November, 2011 - mini-retrospective at Camerimage Film Festival, Poland.
October 25, 2011 - Stranger Than Fiction show at IFC Center, New York City.
October 11-16, 2011 - Retrospective at Valdivia International Film Festival, Chile.
September 16-17, 2011 - Two shows at CinemaSpace, The Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Montreal, Canada
April 7-13, 2011 - Major Retrospective at Visions du Reel Film Festival in Nyon, Switzerland. Visions du Reel Catalog.pdf
April 29-30, 2011 - Retrospective at Wexner Art Center in Ohio.
April, 2011 - The D Train will screen at SXSW, Tribeca Film Festival, Play Doc, and San Francisco International Film Festival.
February 3-4, 2011 - Retrospective at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
RECENT AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
Eight films acquired by MoMA for their
permanent collection: The Smell of Burning Ants, Human Remains, King of the
Jews, Phantom Limb, Afraid So, I Just Wanted To Be Somebody, The Darkness of
Day and Beginning Filmmaking.
Inquire Within had its World Premiere at the 2012 Rotterdam Film Festival and US Premiere at SXSW. Screenings include Tribeca, SF International, EMAF (European Media Arts Festival) and Vila do Conde Shorts Film Festival, Portugal. Winner of Best Experimental Film, Marin County Fair. It screened in competition at the Tampere Short Film Festival in Finland, International Short Film Festival Winterhur, Switzerland and Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, Czech Republic.
MoMA presents The Darkness of Day: Recent Films by Jay Rosenblatt
The Darkness of Day was awarded Best Short Film in the International Official Competition of the Cali International Film Festival in Colombia and Best Documentary at the Tampere Film Festival in Finland. It has also won Best Short Documentary at Krakow Film Festival in Poland, It's All True in Brazil and Play Doc in Spain as well as Special Mentions at Punto De Vista Film Festival in Spain, Dokufest in Kosova and DOXA, Vancouver.
Fall, 2012 - The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Vol. 2 DVD review in Documentary
June 24, 2012 - The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Vol. 2 DVD review in SF Chronicle
October, 2011 - La vida nos estremece: Download pdf of short book by Udo Jacobsen (in Spanish) about Jay Rosenblatt's films
March, 2011 - Interview by Max Goldberg in SF360
March 30, 2011 - Review by Cynthia Fuchs in PopMatters
March 26, 2011 - Review by Valerie Milano in Hollywood Today
December 28, 2010 - YEAR IN FILM: Digging Through the Year in Archival Footage in SF Bay Guardian
October 13, 2010 - How to Make the Grim Appear Artfully Beautiful by Mike Hale in New York Times
Fall Issue, 2010 - Poetry in Motion: Interview by Peter Bowen in FILMMAKER
October 13, 2010 - Jay Rosenblatt Keeps on Digging in The Darkness of Day by Michelle Orange in The Village Voice
October 12, 2010 - "Darkness" indeed: Jay Rosenblatt's recent films get a one-week run at MOMA--whew!" by James Van Maanen in Trust Movies
October 2010 - The Filmmaker as Therapist by George Robinson in Jewish Week
October 2010 - The Darkness of Day: Recent Films by Jay Rosenblatt in This Week in New York blog
January 2010 - Analysis of Jay Rosenblatt's Films in Senses of Cinema, Issue 53
Winter 2010 - The Tyranny of Memory: The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Volume 1 in Documentary
October 2009 - The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Vol. 1 DVD review in SF Chronicle.
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