Wednesday, July 20, 2011

My Imperfect Nose is Perfectly Okay

Emmy award winning Jewish filmmaker, Gayle Kirschenbaum made a comedic short called MY NOSE about her mother’s quest to get her to have a nose job. The film played all over the world including Toronto International Jewish Film Festival, DC Jewish Film Festival and UK Jewish Film Festival, won Best Film and got rave reviews.  

“Hilarious Romp”  Jewish Week (NY)  
“Dazzling self-confidence” Washington Post  
 “A big little movie”  Thrive

The audience reaction to the film launched Gayle into becoming a motivational speaker and teaching people how to deal with a critical parent and transform difficult relationships using her “Seven Healing Tools”.
Today, Gayle is entering post-production on the feature film fans have been waiting for about the transformation of her relationship with her mother from Mommie Dearest to Dear Mom, from hatred to love. MY NOSE: THE BIGGER VERSION has already caught the attention of the public.
Gayle has also been recently featured in Psychology Today and Psych Central.
Gayle writes about her story:

A Single Woman, Her Mother and Her Nose make a Dangerous Love Triangle

To learn more about the film, watch engaging videos and trailers, please visit our Kickstarter campaign where we are raising our finishing funds. It will link you to our film website and other relevant links.