Randy Schoenberg and Matthew Mishory spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the new documentary, Fioretta, opening in theaters. The film traces back through 500 years of Randy’s ancestry across various countries in Europe. It says something about how the Jews were forced to move around from one country or another because of antisemitism. I had a lot more to say about the film in my review, of course. If you’re not familiar with Randy,…"Randy Schoenberg, Matthew Mishory talk Fioretta"
Woman in Gold‘s Randy Schoenberg travels to Europe with his son to trace hundreds of years of family genealogy in Fioretta. “The greatest tragedies are actually the people who have nobody left to remember them. A person dies multiple times. They die when their life physically ends. They also die the very last time that they’re ever remembered and it’s up to us as the Jewish people to make sure that all of our relatives…"Fioretta: Tracing Jewish Genealogy in Europe"