Blues By the Beach
DOCUMENTARY FILMS • 1h 16m
Fate brings filmmakers together in Israel in April of 2003. They begin a documentary about a live music blues bar by the beach in Tel Aviv called "Mike’s Place". The aim is to show there is more to the Middle East than seemingly endless war and terrorism. Filming people having a good time stops abruptly when harsh reality hits Mike’s Place and changes the course of their film.
Director: Joshua Faudem
Producers: Jack Baxter, Fran Strauss-Baxter
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