Z films in distribution

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After Munich is now complete. This film is supported by the Canadian Media Fund and broadcast on the Documentary Channel in English and Sociéte Radio Canada in French.

Film Festivals:

After Munich in Dallas at the Doc Fest October 6th 2019 and at the Warsaw International Film Festival October 14th with director Francine Zuckerman in attendance at both festivals.


Check out the press coverage in Canadian Jewish News.


Will be broadcast again in Canada on Documentary Channel

Screenings across Canada:

Recent screenings include Calgary at the Globe Cinema ;Winnipeg at the Cinematheque in Vancouver at VIFF Vancity with Canadian Olympic athlete Karen James present and in Montreal at Cinemaspace Segal Centre with director Francine Zuckerman present.

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Z films in development on The Edible Woman

Check out this exclusive in Variety. We are thrilled to share this exciting news. Z films and Quarterlife Productions are teaming with Eone to produce 'The Edible Woman’ the television series. More to come.

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“The Edible Woman” was Atwood’s first published novel. Set in Toronto in the mid 1960’s on the cusp of the feminist movement, the book tells the story of Marian McAlpin, whose safe, carefully crafted world begins to crumble after Peter, her perfect, successful lawyer boyfriend, proposes. Suddenly unable to eat, Marian’s reality begins to slip. She unconsciously starts to reject the consumer-oriented world around her and society’s prescribed ideas of womanhood, as she tries to take control of her own life and choices.

Z films at festivals

Our new film Mr. Bernstein premiered in 2016 at Palm Springs Short Fest and then went onto LA ShortFest; St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival and Toronto International Short Film Festival and winner of ‘Best Drama’. Mr. Bernstein screened in New York City at the Film Society at Lincoln Center as part of the New York Jewish Film Festival, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival; San Diego Jewish Film Festival; Brussels Jewish Film Festival the Toronto Jewish Film Festival to Winnipeg, Canada. It recently screened in San Francisco; Los Angeles; Hong Kong; Vancouver; Philadelphia; Australia, London and Warsaw.

Deb Filler was in Landsberg, Germany this May, as a guest for the special anniversary event 'The Leonard Bernstein Jubilee Concert' in the very place where her father was as a refugee.

Read more about Mr.Bernstein in Huffington Post and The Independent Magazine. 

Z films in development

We are pleased to announce The Edible Woman, our feature film received development funding from the OMDC and CBC Breaking Barriers and we are seeking funding for our new documentary The Viennese Letter with writer Christine Estima.