The Return of the Violin

This is quite a story about survival, not only of people but of a remarkable violin. The 1713 Stradivarius was given to a young Polish Jewish prodigy, Bronislaw Huberman, who later became the founder of what is now the Israeli Philharmonic. It was stolen twice during Huberman's ownership and later put up for sale as a museum piece before being purchased by one of the world's most celebrated violinists, Joshua Bell.

Year:
2012
Length:
65 minutes
Country:
Director:
Haim Hecht
Poster for The Return of the Violin

Shown at

  1. 24th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  2. Berkshire Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  3. Cherry Hill Volvo Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  4. Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  5. Nashville Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  6. Pittsburgh Jewish Israeli Film Festival - 2013
  7. Sarasota-Manatee Israel Film Festival - 2014
  8. Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  9. St. Louis Jewish Film Festival - 2014

4 Responses

  1. PETER MARGO says:

    I AM ORGANIZING A FILM SERIES
    We would like to show THE RETURN OF THE VIOLIN.
    Please let me know how and how soon I can obtain
    permission and a copy to show.
    Phone: 514-931-2111
    Peter Margo

  2. jewishfilmfests says:

    Dear Mr. Margo,

    I didn’t find out who the distributor for the film is. I see that you can watch the movie here http://roymandel.co.il/video/86412100 or here

  3. Barbara and Bob Pharoah says:

    Where Can I buy a DVD of “The Return of the Violin”?

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