Jay Rosenblatt is internationally recognized filmmaker. Since 1980 he has over 25 films in his account. His work explores our emotional and psychological cores. They're personal in their content yet universal in their appeal.
His films have been awarded over 100 times and have screened throughout the world. A selection of his films had theatrical runs at the Film Forum in New York and at other theatres of the U.S. His latest films have screened for a week at MoMA.
Most of his films have been at the Sundance Film Festival or have shown on HBO/Cinemax, the Independent Film Channel and the Sundance Channel. Articles about Jay Rosenblatt and his work have been published in The Sunday NY Times Arts & Leisure section, the LA Times, the NY Times, Filmmaker magazine and the Village Voice.
Jay Rosenblatt is recipient of a Guggenheim, USA Artists and a Rockefeller Fellowship.
Jay Rosenblatt is originally from New York and is living in San Francisco for many years. For 20 years he was a film and video production instructor at film schools in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Stanford, S. F. State Universitys and San Francisco Art Institute. Currently Jay Rosenblatt is responsible for the Program of San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. He has a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology, and, before cinema, he worked as a therapist.
A collection of 5 collage films by Jay Rosenblatt. RESTRICTED / SHORT OF BREATH / THE SMELL OF BURNING ANTS / HUMAN REMAINS / KING OF THE JEWS (1990-2000) 85min
A collection of 9 collage films by Jay Rosenblatt AFRAID SO / PHANTOM LIMB / I JUST WANTED TO BE SOMEBODY / THE DARKNESS OF DAY / PRAYER / THE D TRAIN + extras