A White Horse For Batavia
Based on the true story of Beno Sternlicht and his three year journeys as a young boy from Poland to India set amidst WWII. Escaping onset of war to Romania, labor camp in Siberia, hitchhiking via Ukraine to Turkey, bartering diamond hidden inside egg for transit VISA to Batavia, jailed in Palestine, hiding on boat full of sheep and goats, arriving in Bombay where he calls home and meets Gandhi while playing chess.
Fool In A Bubble explores the journey and conflicts of South African musician and poet, Syd Kitchen. Syd is one of the first white South African artists to play and perform in public with a black South African artist, Madala Kunene. The feature documentary film weaves together Syd’s past, present and foreseeable future as he becomes increasingly politicized and disillusioned with his own career and the state of affairs in South Africa.
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About Eyespot Films
Eyespot Films founded by Joshua Sternlicht is a turnkey concept to completion Production Company that brings together creative professionals, educators and business minds. Based in New York and Berlin operating around the globe we aim to produce the highest quality content that entertains, resonates, stimulates and ensure optimal control over content customized to clients needs. We create cinematic experiences that include documentary, short, feature, television, branded content, commercial, music video, and web design. Our projects enable a fresh discourse between commerce, content, interactivity, and art. We work alongside filmmakers, educators, schools, brands, networks, agencies, and designers to produce work that promotes balance between identity, mindset, outcomes, and socio-environmental goals.
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Joshua Sternlicht is an experienced IB Film, Photography, and Media Studies teacher as well as a certified film workshop presenter. He moderates and curates student film festivals and hosts film-related travel experiences. Joshua earned a BA in Film Studies from Columbia University and an MA in Art Education from NYU. He has over ten years experience teaching in international schools, public school, private schools, after-school programs, and museums. He remains focused to educate, to mentor, to support, to coordinate student film festivals, programs, internships and to work with youth further to empower themselves.