|MY FATHER'S HOUSE|
|Crew: ||Producers: David Greenwald and Barry Blaschke - Cinematographer: David Greenwald - Editors: David Greenwald and Barry Blaschke - Executive Producer: Debra Polkes|
From his boyhood home in Queens to his father's boyhood home in Eastern Europe, filmmaker David Greenwald takes you through a multi-generational journey of family, community, faith, and the unspeakable horror of WW2. My Father's House is an intimate glimpse at one man's unbreakable spirit, stubborn righteousness, and fierce commitment to building and rebuilding his own destiny.
David Greenwald is an award-winning film editor who has worked with such renowned directors as Jonathan Demme, Spike Lee, Ernest Dickerson, Tim Robbins and Ed Burns. David received an MFA in filmmaking from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. His graduate film, THE WELL, which he wrote and directed, was nominated for a Student Academy Award. After graduation David started a post-production company called Ground Control Pictures, where he became a pioneer in music video editing. His numerous editing credits include award-winning videos and concert films for some of the world's leading artists, including: Miles Davis, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Carly Simon, Tupac Shakur, Eddie van Halen, Mariah Carey, B.B. King, Luciano Pavaroti, and the Beastie Boys. David edited Jonathan Demme's feature length documentary COUSIN BOBBY which opened to critical acclaim at the Cannes film festival. David's next feature film, THEREMIN, directed by Steven M. Martin, won the Filmmakers Trophy Award for Best Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival. David's feature film credits includes SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK Directed by Ed Burns (Paramount Classics) starring Rosario Dawson, Heather Graham, Brittany Murphy, Stanley Tucci, and Dennis Farina, and ASH WEDNESDAY (I.F.C. Productions) starring Elijah Wood, Oliver Platt and Rosario Dawson. His work in television earned him an Emmy Award for editing the made-for-TV movie GIRLFRIEND produced by Oprah Winfrey. Other TV credits include BEYOND THE MOON with Walter Cronkite for PBS, and THE CURT FLOOD STORY, directed by Spike Lee for HBO. His most recent work includes a short documentary on Ornette Coleman that he produced and edited. He is currently working on a feature documentary about the rise and fall of David Blech, the former king of Biotech.