WHAT VIEWERS ARE SAYING
"The documentary “A Father’s Kaddish” is truly a beautiful piece of documentary work, very emotional, and worthy of a wide audience."
Murray, Toronto, ON
"What a gorgeous piece of art you have shared with the world. We were so moved by the story, the images, and the delicate touch of your production."
Suzanne, Newton, MA
"Thank you for sharing this documentary!
What a beautiful and touching tribute from a father to a son."
Sandy Levenshus, Co-Chair Barshop JCC Jewish Film Festival
"Whether or not you have lost someone special, this film weaves its spell around you and leaves you breathless."
Helen Zukerman, Founder and Artistic Director, Toronto JFF
"Your film is extraordinarily beautiful—the story, the pacing, the music, the images - with powerful insights into the importance and power of grieving."
Allison & Ezra, Newton, MA
"I thought it was the best thing I saw at the Festival."
Edna, Toronto, ON
"Simply exquisite. The healing powers of art, ritual, connection and time, uniquely blended to bring meaning to Steve’s grief."
Karen, Ottawa, ON
"What a beautiful, powerful, moving film. Kudos to Jen Kaplan and her crew for bringing it to life, and gratitude to Steven Branfman for sharing his story."
Lisa and Todd, Bowdoinham, Maine
"It is a valuable reminder on how we experience grief. In our own way. With no timetable. A deeply personal experience where there are absolutely no rules."
Colette, Ottawa, ON
"It is a deep story of love and loss. Beautifully made."
Alan, Watertown, MA
"One of the great compliments I would give this film is when the "camera" disappears, and the audience feels directly connected to the subject of the film."
Dr. David Goldblatt, former director, Austin Jewish Film Festival
"I was so taken with your film's beauty and the depth of its portrait of what Kaddish can be."
Lisa, Somerville, MA