Erik Greenberg Anjou - Biography
Erik Greenberg Anjou is a graduate of Middlebury College (B.A.), Northwestern University (M.A.) and the American Film Institute (Directing Program). His film endeavors encompass both the narrative and documentary arenas, having directed “the cool surface” (Columbia TriStar) starring Robert Patrick and Teri Hatcher, and “A Cantor’s Tale” (Ergo Media). “A Cantor’s Tale” has to date won the Best Documentary Film prize at the World Eye Jewish Film Festival (Tel Aviv), the Bronze Phoenix at the Warsaw International Jewish Film Festival, and Best Documentary Film at the Miami, San Diego, and Washington, D.C. Jewish Film Festivals. Erik’s current projects include “8: Ivy League Football & America” featuring Tommy Lee Jones, Brian Dennehy, George Shultz and Calvin Hill, as well as the feature film, “The Sixth Commandment” with Israeli Producer Rony Yacov (“A Triumph of the Spirit,” “City of Ghosts,” “A Dog of Flanders”). His new documentary on Jewish music and culture is “The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground” starring the Grammy Award-winning band, Theodore Bikel, Nora Guthrie and Chava Alberstein.