Red Father follows the life of Bernard Ades, a Communist, Jewish lawyer raised in Baltimore and radicalized by the Great Depression.
Set against the backdrop of the pre-civil rights era, the film follows Ades as he seeks to end systemic legal racism in Maryland, fights Fascism with the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War, and becomes a target himself during the dark days of America’s McCarthyism.
Her work has been shown internationally in festivals, museums, galleries and on television including: The International Artists’ Museum, at the 50th Venice Biennale; The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC; New Jersey State Museum; Yeshiva University Museum in New York; and the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
Her film At the Altar of Her Memories was broadcast on Israeli Television and A Portrait of the Artists as an Old(er) Woman on US PBS stations. The film Don’t Ask won first prize on Reel/13 and 2nd prize at the 2010 Athens, GA Jewish Film Festival Shorts Competition and was broadcast on NY Thirteen/WNET.