'Chronicling A Crisis,' Amos Kolleck's Moving New Documentary, Brilliantly Shows Changes In The Film Industry

Amos Kolleck has been working in the film industry since the mid-1980's. His vast directing credits include Goodbye, New York, Forever Lulu, and High Stakes. His latest creative venture, Chronicling a Crisis, is an intriguing foray into four remarkably different lives. A poignant spin on the average documentary, the uniquely constructed production provides a welcome departure from some of the trite commercial films in theaters.
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