A New York Times Short About a 96-Year-Old Death Metal Grandma
“Death Metal Grandma” follows the story of 96 year old Holocaust survivor, former WW2 spy and famous songwriter Inge Ginsberg as she decides to pursue a new career: Death Metal.
Featuring: Inge Ginsberg, Pedro daSilva and Lucia Caruso
Directed and Edited by : Leah Galant
Produced by: Clifford Miu, Elizabeth Pauker, Sean Weiner, Christine Wexler and Linhan Zhang
Director of Photography: Kervin Marsielle
Editors: Leah Galant and Stephanie Khoury
Executive Producer: Kathleen Lingo
Supervising Producer: Linsday Crouse
Supervising Editor: Andrew Blackwell
Funded through the generous support of Helen Gurley Brown’s Glassbreaker Films.
Made at Jacob Burns Film Center with the Creative Culture Program.
With support from Bering Pictures
*WINNER MACON FILM FESTIVAL BEST MUSIC VIDEO
*WINNER AUDIENCE FAVORITE DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM SCORE
Channels: FUNNY, STRANGE, UPLIFTING
Tags: · elderly, music, new york times, short film