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Iraqi-Jewish Film Trilogy

The Last Jews of Baghdad: End of an Exile; Beginning of a Journey

Produced & Directed by Adriana Davis, Carole Basri & Bryan Durr
Written & Edited by Adriana Davis
Production Company: D-Squared Media, NYC
USA 105 Minutes 2005

Today there are less than 20 Jews living in Iraq from a population of over 160,000.
This film asks the twofold question,
“Why did the Iraqi Jews leave and, in a post-Saddam Iraq, will they return?”

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Searching for Baghdad: A Daughter's Journey

Produced & Directed by Adriana Davis, Carole Basri & Bryan Durr
Written & Edited by Adriana Davis
Production Company: D-Squared Media NYC
USA 48 Minutes 2003

Iraqi-Jews can trace their history in that country to 586 BC.
"
Searching For Baghdad"
documents the travels of one American-Jewish woman of Iraqi decent to find the remnants of her heritage, outside of Iraq. Her 21st century search leads her to the Iraqi-Jewish outposts established in19th century India, Hong Kong, Singapore and even Myanmar. She finds more than just the history of her people. She finds her own family played important roles within the legacy of the Iraqi-Jewish communities established beyond Baghdad. 




The Life of Frank Iny: A Granddaughter's Journey

Produced & Directed by Adriana Davis & Carole Basri
Written & Edited by Adriana Davis
Production Company: D-Squared Media, NYC
USA 35 Minutes 2001

"The Life of Frank Iny" tells the story of a man whose search for religious freedom took him from Baghdad to India, Belgium, Berlin, Israel and New York.

Frank Iny was a highly respected Iraqi-Jewish businessman, philanthropist and leader. In 1941, he established a successful school for the children of his community when Jews were no longer welcome in the state run schools. In addition to speaking eleven languages, Mr. Iny believed that good education, good health and peace should be the cornerstones of Jewish life.
 

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