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Barry Avrich

Barry Avrich

Canadian film director and producer
May 9, 1963 (60 years old)
everywhere in theaters starting June 9th 2023
Can. 2023. Documentary by Barry Avrich. The first Jewish lawyer appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada, Rosalie Abella has championed many progressive causes throughout her tenure.
Runtime: 80 min.
Can. 2022. Documentary by Barry Avrich. Posing as a wealthy investor, Albert Rosenberg manages to swindle bankers and gallery owners for years all over the world.
Runtime: 90 min.
Can. 2020. Documentary by Barry Avrich. The life and work of the legendary jazz composer and pianist, born in Montreal in 1925.
Runtime: 81 min.
Can. 2019. Music documentary by Barry Avrich. Born in Victoria, B.C., musician David Foster talks about his exceptional career, which has been marked by collaborations with some of the world’s greatest artists.
Runtime: 106 min.
Can. 2018. Documentary by Barry Avrich. At 98, lawyer Ben Ferencz recalls the highlights of his career, from his participation in the Nuremberg trials to the birth of the International Criminal Court.
Runtime: 82 min.
Can. 2016. Comedy by Barry Avrich with Deborah Hay, Ben Carlson, Peter Hutt. A ruined gentleman agrees to marry a young girl with a difficult character whom he takes it upon himself to soften.
Can. 2013. Documentary by Barry Avrich. Portrait of the famous Canadian comedian and director David Steinberg.
Can. 2013. Documentary by Barry Avrich. The life and career of Bob Guccione, founder of the pornographic magazine ""Penthouse.""
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 2012. Documentary by Barry Avrich.
Runtime: 96 min.
Can. 2010. Documentary by Barry Avrich. The life and career of film producer Harvey Weinstein, co-founder of the Miramax company alongside his brother Bob.

The Last Mogul: Lew Wasserman

V.O.: The Last Mogul: Life and Times of Lew Wasserman
U.S. 2005. Documentary by Barry Avrich. Portrait of a Hollywood giant who, in the 1940's and 50's, changed the rules for paying actors and founded Universal Studios.
Runtime: 103 min.
Can. 2002. Documentary by Barry Avrich. A conventional mix of interviews and archival footage, dealing with the subject with a strong sense of nostalgia.

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