Marc Korblatt - "Street Pulse"

Marc Korblatt - "Street Pulse"

Premiere date: Jun 14, 2013

Street Pulse is a documentary about Robert and Angel Huffar and their journey on the streets. Robert and Angel met in 2010 at the Capitol while looking for work and support groups. They sell and write for the Street Pulse newspaper to make a small income while they continued to seek something more permanent. Street Pulse finds Robert and Angel living under a bridge in Madison and follows them from summer to harsh Wisconsin winter as they work for food, a job, a place to live and a future.

Biographies

Marc Kornblatt|Director

Born and raised in Edison, New Jersey, Marc graduated from Brandeis University and began a professional theatrical career as an acting apprentice at New Hampshire’s Peterborough Playhouse. After six years, he earned a master’s in journalism from NYU, and for over two decades has written for newspapers and magazines, and published children’s books including the award-winning novels Understanding Buddy and Izzy’s Place.

An elementary school teacher since 2001, Kornblatt made four music videos and two documentaries,Community and The Making of Carried Away, all featuring students at his school. In 2010 his play Refuge won the Beverley Hills Theater Guild Julie Harris Award. He used the money to make Alone Together, which played at the Green Bay International Film Festival, Detroit Windsor International Film Festival and Wildwood Festival. Kornblatt wrote, directed, composed and performed the score for Alone Together as well as his second short,Walk the Walk, 2011. He recently finished two more short films, Bring on the Magic and Old Country Lullaby.

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