Jay Rosenblatt

Jay ROSENBLATT (1955, New York, USA) has been making experimental films for more than 25 years. He has won numerous awards and his films have been screened throughout the world. In 2010, a selection of his films was shown at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.


(all short) Doubt (1981), Blood Test (1985), Paris X2 (1988), Brain in the Desert (1990), Short of Breath (1990), The Smell of Burning Ants (1994), Period Piece (1996), Human Remains (1998), A Pregnant Moment (1999), Drop (1999), Restricted (1999), King of the Jews (2001), Nine Lives: The Eternal Moment of Now (2001), Worm (2001), Decidi! (2002), Prayer (2002), Friend Good (2003), I Used to Be a Filmmaker (2003), I Like It a Lot (2004), I'm Charlie Chaplin (2005), Phantom Limb (2005), Afraid So (2006), I Just Wanted to Be Somebody (2006), Beginning Filmmaking (2008), Four Questions for a Rabbi (2008, co-dir), The Darkness of Day (2009), D Train (2011), Inquire Within (2012)