Leeronne Tamir, Field Producer

With an impressive record and wide range of experience, Leeronne has produced TV shows, film and image movies for large companies.


Rotem Yaron, Director of Photography

Rotem is experienced in both Directing and Directing Photography. His work includes directing and/ or shooting for films, short films, documentaries, TV productions, commercials

& TV promos and music videos.

Roger Goldberg, Assistant Producer

Roger is my  right hand in every step of the way and is simply a great guy.

He is a graduate of Brandeis University and holds graduate degrees in both psychology and graphic design.  He enjoys traveling and has lived and studied in Venezuela, Holland, Israel, and the Czech Republic.  After graduating from Brandeis, Roger received scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service, Brandeis University, and the German run Future Foundation for a year-long academic stay in Berlin, Germany.  During this time he worked as an intern at the Berlin Center for the Treatment of Torture Victims, and had several articles about his experiences published in the Humboldt University Press and various Jewish newspapers in the United States.  Roger is currently based in New York City.  Contact Roger Goldberg.

Roger Goldberg

Rotem Yaron

Leeronne Tamir

Jared Seltzer, Director of Photography

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Dr. Nurit Jugend, Director and Project Producer

I became passionate about music during the Holocaust about 2 years ago, at which time I began my research:

During my research, I came across a testimony of a young boy that was ordered to play his violin, only to be shot to death during his play by an SS officer. When I read this testimony, my body choked and my heart ached. Many thoughts and feelings flashed before my eyes; the little boy and his violin, my cousin Lilly, myself as a little girl playing the violin, the innocence, the pure, the beauty and hope all destroyed by a single shot. Ironically, a couple of days later, I received a call from a 13-year-old violin player who wanted to take music lessons. As I listened to a recording of him playing the violin, my eyes filled with tears, and I knew...! At that moment I felt a great sense of joy and victory. Everything fell in my mind into place right there and then. I realized that music had the power to survive and surpass all evil. It exists beyond any words, religion or faith. Music is a universal language that can speak to every man, and penetrate every single sole. 

It has been said that the need to create during the Holocaust, demonstrates one’s hope and strong will to live. And that hope is one of the most powerful emotions necessary for survival. Despite the Shoah, it is through my own existence and ability to create music, that I carry feelings of hope and proof of victory; the power of human survival to continue living and overcome trauma and genocide, the power of music to exist beyond any act of evil.

Nurit is a composer and lecturer, currently residing in California. She lectures at Stanford University, national and international conferences. Nurit has authored over a dozen published works, which are performed by leading performers and conductors worldwide. She is the recipient of numerous international prestigious awards. Nurit completed her doctorate in Music Composition at Stanford University (USA), Masters in Art at the Hochschüle der Künste (Germany) and Bachelor in Music and Art at the Jerusalem Rubin Academy for Music and Dance (Israel).

Tamar Ish-Shalom, Director of Photography

Tamar is senior anchorwoman for channel

10 news TV in Israel.

Tamar Ish-Shalom

photo: Ronen Fadida

Aaron I. Butler, Producer & Editor

Aaron Butler

Aaron I. Butler has more than 15 years of award-winning experience. 

His most recent project is the Showtime documentary series ‘Time of Death,’

which was #2 on Entertainment Weekly’s Top Ten series of 2013. His previous

projects include the award-winning HBO documentary 'American Winter,’ the

critically acclaimed Sundance Channel documentary series 'Pleasure for Sale,’

and the iconic HBO documentary series 'Taxicab Confessions.’

Aaron recently received an ACE Eddie Award nomination for his work on

‘American Winter.’

Kitty Norton is embarking on her post production career by tackling every position; production assistant, logger,

transcriber, and editor (most notable to date, "Gag Reel" and "Creature Feature" for Season 2 Box Set of NBC's Grimm).

Kitty Norton

Our Team

Ari Binus, Illustrator

Ari Binus is a freelance illustrator and creative consultant.

He has illustrated five children's books, including "The Littlest Tree" and

"King David & Akavish the Spider," both written by Sylvia Rouss,

and "Hayyim's Ghost," written by Eric Kimmel.

Ari uses traditional and digital media, and aims to create pieces that

impart a sense of drama and emotion. His website is www.aribinus.com.

Ari Binus