In the 1960s Goldman was a well-known director of independent feature films, highly praised by Newsweek, the writer Susan Sontag, film director Jean-Luc Godard, and scores of other newspapers and critics. His first feature film, “Echoes of Silence,” was awarded the Special Director‘s Prize at the Pesaro, Italy, film festival. This, and a film shot in Paris, “Wheel of Ashes,” played to critical acclaim at leading film festivals, including New York, Venice, Cannes, London.
“We are in the presence of a filmmaker who makes films that are without precedent today,” said film critic H. L Linder. An online review from film producer Henri Sera said Goldman was “a forgotten American genius.”
A film by Peter Emanuel Goldman with his bonus short, "Pestilent City"For institutional orders destined for use in North America, please contact GARTENBERG MEDIA.
Rediscover the hopes, dreams, violence, boredom and confusion of a society in turmoil through during the events of May 1968 this collection of 5 DVDs.
Two films by Peter Emmanuel Goldman for a discounted price of 34 euros!
A film by Peter Emanuel Goldman with a bonus short "8mm reels" For orders destined for institutional use in North America, please contact GARTENBERG MEDIA.