whole of Israeli cinema. It was screened in 30 international festivals including, Montreal, Moscow, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Vienna, Dublin, Hong Kong. After 17 years at Nazareth College, he retired to his familys cottage in Silver Creek,.Y. Many peopleincluding many. He then went to Nazareth College, Rochester,.Y., onlygirls Fr Renen to lead their reading center. This biography of a living person does not cite any references or sources. Stella Mar Films has been following this story as it unfolds, and we're hard at work making a feature-length docu-drama about it called. In 1964, he earned a masters degree in Latin from. In, Schorr initiated the creation of another fund, the New Fund for Film and Television, which spearheaded a revolution in independent documentary filmmaking in Israel. René was a member of the largest class of novices in the Provinces history 62 men. Augustine, Floridaa humble Catholic priest with a special place in his heart for people cast aside by the rest of society. At a point where opportunities to work in the creative dramatic field were few and far between, Schorr created a supportive stage for these individuals to create their first dramatic fruits, paving the way for their entrance to the foreground of Israeli television and cinema. Simultaneous to directing the Sam Spiegel School, Renen Schorr initiated and edited the prize-winning dramatic series Voices from the Heartland for the commercial TV channel. In 2000, he was chosen by 70 of his fellow school directors to serve as president of geect. It may contain original research or unverifiable claims.