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KOL ISHAH: THE RABBI IS A WOMAN
by Hannah Heer
USA/A 2010, 38 minutes, Color

KOL ISHAH: THE RABBI IS A WOMAN provides rare insight into the workings of the rabbinical world, as envisioned, enriched and experienced by four women rabbis: Rabbi Laura Geller (Los Angeles), Rabbi Judith Hauptman (New York), Rabbi Elisa Klapheck (Frankfurt & Amsterdam), Rabbi Chava Koster (New York). { read more }

THE ART OF REMEMBRANCE: SIMON WIESENTHAL
by Hannah Heer & Werner Schmiedel
A/USA 1995, 99 minutes, 16 mm, Color - Original Music: John Zorn

THE ART OF REMEMBRANCE follows the life and work of Simon Wiesenthal, the eponymous humanitarian and Holocaust survivor, a man who has become one of the most important Jewish heroes of our time. { read more }

THE OTHER EYE
by Hannah Heer & Werner Schmiedel
A/USA 1991, 125 minutes, 16 mm, Color

THE OTHER EYE is a thought-provoking documentary about G.W.Pabst, director of such classic silent works as JOYLESS STREET and PANDORA’S BOX. { read more }

SUBWAY RIDERS
Directed by Amos Poe, Director of Photography & Producer Hannah Heer
USA 1981, 120 minutes, 16mm, Color
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Cast: Susan Tyrrell, Robbie Coltrane, John Lurie, Amos Poe, Cookie Mueller, Charlene Kaleina and Bill Rice.

SUBWAY RIDERS' music does not merely accompany the film, but occupies its own aural space and so adds its own distinct perspective to this highly stylized, richly textured portrait of a world of random murders.
-Jeff McLaughlin, The Boston Globe { read more }

GOLD - Variation
video by Hannah Heer & Werner Schmiedel
2012, Color, 3 minutes, Video

GOLD - Dance Dream Myth
video by Hannah Heer & Werner Schmiedel
1983-85, Color, 9 minutes, Video

GOLD - SUDDENLY GOLD IMAGES
1985, Video / Multi-Media Installation

"Alchemy was out to convert ordinary base metal to gold and to create the elixir of life. Hannah Heer and Werner Schmiedel are repeating the alchemic processes but in a contemporary way. They color the sea gold and alternate these images with barely tangible words such as 'life', 'dream' and 'universe'. With Villa Come Me, on the celebrated fishing island of Capri, as a location, a moving painting is created with mythical overtones." --World Wide Video Festival 1984, The Hague, Holland
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