Work on the Hill or just able to get away during the day? Join filmmakers Asaf Galay (Hebrew Superhero), and Steve Rivo (Carvalho’s Journey) for hour-long clip talks followed by Q&As at the Library of Congress.
These events are free of charge and do not require RSVPs.
March 2, 12:00pm-1:00pm
March 3, 12:00pm-1:00pm
CLIP TALK ON:
March 2, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Steve Rivo has produced, directed or written projects for PBS, CNN, MTV, MSNBC, Discovery, Investigation Discovery, The Weather Channel, Court TV/TruTV and VH1, and for filmmakers Alex Gibney, Robert Redford and Ric Burns. Rivo was a producer of New York: A Documentary Film, Eugene O’Neil and Ansel Adams for PBS, senior producer of The Vice Guide To Everything, and a writer/director for the CNN series Death Row Stories. His documentaries have garnered Emmys, Du-Pont-Columbia, Peabody, IDA, Telly and Cine Golden Eagle awards. Rivo also teaches in the MFA program at Hofstra University.
CLIP TALK ON:
The Hebrew Superhero
March 3, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Asaf Galay has directed and written a number of award-winning documentaries for Israeli television. These include series on Israeli humor (In the Jewish Land, 2005); the history of Tel Aviv-Jaffa (Tel Aviv-Jaffa, 2007); the life and influence of the Zionist hero Joseph Trumpeldor (When the Lion Asked Twice, 2008); and the Israeli national poet Natan Alterman (Sentimentality Allowed, 2012).