Documentarian Gideon Koppel explores the Welsh-Jewish connection.
Special to the Jewish Week
Gideon Koppel bristles a little when you call his lyrical debut feature film ‘sleep furiously’ a documentary.
“For me the film is a fictional construct,” he says. “I’m at loggerheads with the way in which many academics and critics use the word ‘documentary.’ For me [the documentary] has always been linked to the world of the lyrical, the poetic and the avant-garde.”
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