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Judith Helfand discusses Love & Stuff
Join director Judith Helfand and Edlavitch DCJCC CEO Dava Schub in conversation about Love & Stuff on Thursday, December 10 at 7:00 PM.
Judith Helfand is best known for her ability to take the dark worlds of chemical exposure, heedless corporate behavior and environmental injustice and make them personal, highly-charged and entertaining. Three of her films premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, with national broadcasts on PBS (POV), HBO and The Sundance Channel. In addition to THE UPRISING OF ’34 (co-directed with George Stoney), her films include the Sundance award-winning and 2X Emmy nominated film BLUE VINYL (co-directed with Daniel B. Gold and co-produced with Julie Parker Benello) and its Peabody Award-winning nominated prequel A HEALTHY BABY GIRL, as well as EVERYTHING’S COOL, also co-directed with Gold.
Dava Schub joined the Edlavitch DCJCC as its Chief Executive Officer on September 1, 2020. Dava has been working and leading in JCCs over the past 25 years. She joins the EDCJCC from the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan where she was the Chief Program Officer leading and helping to set the vision of the JCC’s programs, including the Nursery School, Camp, Center for Family Life, Special Needs, Arts & Ideas, Film, Jewish Living, and Israel. Under Dava’s leadership, JCC Manhattan purchased and launched Camp Settoga, opened the doors to JCC Harlem, and developed Centers for Social Responsibility and Modern Aging. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University. In addition to her professional capacities, Dava has served as the co-chair of the BJ/SPSA homeless shelter in NYC and has volunteered at One Heartland, a camp for children and families living with HIV/AIDS, for more than a decade. Dava is the mom to a pretty awesome 9 year old girl who now (virtually) attends Lafayette Elementary School here in DC.
About the Film:
Love & Stuff
Dir. Judith Helfand | 80 min
Documentary | USA | 2020
Grieving her beloved mother and living amidst 63 boxes of her dead parents’ stuff, one transformative “YES” turns filmmaker Judith Helfand into a 50-year-old new mother.
Thursday, December 107:00 PM
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