Films by Michael Jacobsohn

Films by Michael Jacobsohn This page is devoted to sharing my documentaries. It will inform participants as to my past and future activities. To learn more, please be in touch.
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The Films of Michael Jacobsohn

"The Wall of Shame" an ink drawing that is so appropriate these days.
10/09/2017

"The Wall of Shame" an ink drawing that is so appropriate these days.

Artist James Garland painted this Key West cityscape roughly 10 years ago. The view is from the roof-garden terrace of t...
09/09/2017

Artist James Garland painted this Key West cityscape roughly 10 years ago. The view is from the roof-garden terrace of the La Concha Hotel. The scene is looking down Duval Street toward Mallory Square. The church in the foreground is St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Host filmmaker Michael Jacobsohn and his documentary “James Hugo and Me” at your public venue.To learn more: Message me ...
09/07/2017

Host filmmaker Michael Jacobsohn and his documentary “James Hugo and Me” at your public venue.

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Films by Michael Jacobsohn's cover photo
09/06/2017

Films by Michael Jacobsohn's cover photo

“James, Hugo and Me”by Michael Jacobsohn76 minutes"There's a big difference between just making a living and being happy...
09/05/2017

“James, Hugo and Me”
by Michael Jacobsohn
76 minutes

"There's a big difference between just making a living and being happy making a living," says Hugo in this film about comradeship, shared hopes, and the passion to create—no matter what the cost. Filmmaker Jacobsohn (the ‘me’ in the title) has chronicled a year-and-a-half in the lives of these two homeless New York City artists. James Garland, an itinerant painter, whose life has been shaped by his Old Testament/Pentecostal upbringing, and who has befriended Hugo Muñoz, a Mexican guitarist, painter, and printmaker.

Find out more at: http://jameshugoandme.com

There are only days left to view "The Passage," a 16-foot mural that was painted by James Garland and Hugo Muñoz. You ca...
09/04/2017

There are only days left to view "The Passage," a 16-foot mural that was painted by James Garland and Hugo Muñoz. You can view the mural at The Lower Eastside Girl Club’s gallery, which is located at 402 East 8th Street, at the corner of Avenue D in the Lower East Side of New York. Learn more about "The Passage" at: http://jameshugoandme.com/pages/thepassage.html

This page is devoted to sharing my documentaries. The site will inform participants as to my past and future projects. M...
09/04/2017

This page is devoted to sharing my documentaries. The site will inform participants as to my past and future projects. Many of these works are available for screening, and some of the paintings and drawings that appear in my documentaries are available for exhibition.

09/04/2017
America's Best

In 1970, as a teenager, I made America’s Best, a short 16 mm film. The documentary is my take as what was happening in Vietnam and at home. At that time, I was fortunate to have a 2-S Student deferment. Otherwise, I would have been drafted, and there is a good chance I would have wound up in Vietnam.

View America’s Best at: https://vimeo.com/232362016

In 1970, as a teenager, I made America’s Best, a short 16 mm film. The documentary is my take as what was happening in Vietnam and at home. At that time, I…

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