SCENES IN THE LIFE OF A WANDERING JEW
Pablo Tabernero (1910-1996) was a distinguished director of photography, for Montes-Bradley an opportunity to revisit the political transformations that shaped the Twentieth Century.
Shortly before his death, Taberbero wrote the first pages of an unfinished biography. These memories were preceded by a revealing title: "Scenes in the life of a wandering Jew", a title that inspired Montes-Bradley to retrace his three exiles, a road through Berlin in times of the Weimar Republic, Barcelona during the Spanish civil war, and the Argentina of Eva Duarte and Juan Perón. The obsessive search of the director concludes in New York, where Tabernero finally arrives after a military coup of net fascist court in Argentina.
"Tabernero: Scenes in the life of a wandering Jew." It is a film by Eduardo Montes-Bradley produced in association with The Weinschenk-Tabernero Foundation, Soy Cine, and with the support of the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts.
Produced by HERITAGE FILM PROJECT in association with THE WEINSCHENK-TABERNERO FOUNDATION, SOY CINE
and with the support of the INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE CINE y ARTES AUDIOVISUALES | DEUTSCHE KENAMETHEK | FUNDACION WEINSCHENK-TABERNERO | CINAIN | FILMOTECA DE CATALUNYA | MUSEO DEL CINE and FILMOTECA ESPAÑOLA executive producer HENRY WEINSCHENK, associate producer RODOLFO DURAN producer SOLEDAD LIENDO written and directed by EDUARDO MONTES-BRADLEY.
"Finding Tabernero" is currently in postproduction. Final pickup shots are planned for the week of January 24th in Barcelona and Zaragoza.