Skip to main content

Tsipa and Volf

USA, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Documentary)

Director: Daniel Gamburg

Tsipa and Volf met dunng WWII. Both widowed, they mar­ried, migrated and started a new family built on a shared understanding ol loss. Now, Alzheimer's Ihreatens their union. A moving, honest account of love and memory, doc­umented by their grandson.

See also...

Atomic Ed & The Black Hole

Tells the story of Atomic Ed. a former nuclear scientist turned-atomic-Junk-colleclor who is building a museum of nuclear waste in an attempt to preserve Los Alamos National Laboratory's hidden ... More »

The Magic of Radio

This film explores high frequency wave propagation and the people who love it. Three pirates and a ham demonstrate the madness the methods, and ultimately the magic of amateur radio broadcasting. ... More »

In Harm's Way

As a dynamited building collapses in slow motion, professor of film Jan Krawitz declares that ten years ago a moment came in her life when the earth shifted and nothing would ever be the same again ... More »

Going Up

Going Up is "the birth of the skyscraper', the construction of a New York city skyscraper as a work of art. This is a breathtaking time-lapse film which captures the hard hat's intimate relationship ... More »

Family Nightmare

A personal portrait of family dysfunction, told via a series of unearthed VHS home movies from the mid-1990s overdubbed with a new soundtrack. ... D/P Dustin Guy Defa TD HD Cam/2011 ... More »

Akiko-san in Scarsdale

Akiko-san has followed her husband's career path to Scarsdale in America and finds herself uncomfortably immersed in the simmering melting pot of expatriate Japanese culture. Here a housewife is ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director