In collaboration with producing partner Harry Winer, we are producing Singer, a dramatic feature film, written by screenwriter Graham Townsley, which follows the Kulturbund’s creative director Kurt Singer’s dramatic life

in Berlin’s decadent cabarets

and the Kulturbund’s  glorious theatre in the 1930s.

As life crumbles outside the theatre,

we will see Singer’s struggle as he fights for the survival of fellow artists, the Kulturbund, and his passionate love for soprano Paula Lindberg, who shares her love with Singer and with his best friend the surgeon Albert Salomon.  And we will come to know the special bond Singer has with Albert’s daughter Charlotte, the young painter whom he inspires through his devotion to the Kulturbund artists and his belief in art’s power of resiliency and survival.

Singer is not a Holocaust movie but a grand romance of passionate ideals, lust and betrayal played out against the darkening turmoil of 1930’s Germany.

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