The Heart That Sings
|Original Release Date||22/03/2012|
|Distributor||Aderet Music Corp.|
Kol Neshama Presents The Heart that Sings A musical film by Robin Garbose Intended for women and girls only
Set in 1950, director Robin Garbose's uplifting musical film follows Miriam Bogen (Rivka Siegel), a broken-hearted orphan from the Holocaust, who starts life anew in Brooklyn. After fleeing a miserable sweatshop, she goes to Camp Zimra to serve as the music and drama counselor. At first campers take advantage of her quiet broken spirit, but they are eventually transformed by her music and stories from a lost world. The Heart that Sings is the latest theatrical release by Kol Neshama, a Los Angeles performing arts conservatory for religious girls. Featuring a beautiful score and cast of mostly Orthodox women and girls, the film has played to sold-out audiences all over the world and was an official selection at both the Jerusalem and Atlanta Jewish Film Festivals.
G rating appropriate for ages 8 and up. feature running time: 87 minutes