The Man Who Shot Hollywood

Poster for The Man Who Shot Hollywood Jack Pashkovsky lived in town lit up by a thousand stars. He practiced his art anonymously and when he died at the age of 89, left behind a collection of 400 Hollywood star portraits never seen before.

12 minutes
Barry Avrich

Shown at

  1. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  2. Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  3. Farthest North Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  4. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2016

1 Response

  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    Jack Pashkovsky was sort of the Vivian Meier of Hollywood, but he lived a more fulfilling life. He wanted to be a Hollywood cameraman, but he found the nepotistic fix was in at the union. Undaunted, Pashkovsky still managed to work with and document the movie stars that fascinated him, but he contented himself with a conventional still camera instead. Barry Avrich introduces viewers to the late Pashkovsky and gives us a peek inside his largely unseen treasure trove of photos in the short documentary, The Man Who Shot Hollywood, which screens during the 2016 New York Jewish Film Festival.

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