Searle Kochberg is a maker and writer on cinema and other performing arts. He is currently pursuing a practical PhD at the University of Portsmouth in Auto-ethnographic Film and Jewish London. He teaches at the same institution. His areas of research are film studies, directing and script (fiction and nonfiction).
Apart from filming the Rainbow Jews interviews and producing its TV shows (2013), Searle has produced a significant body of film work dealing with other Jewish stories, including the documentaries Irene Runge: My Way (2002), Leaving the Table (2007) and L’Esprit de l’Escalier (2010). His most recent film production is a narrative experiment in animation and live action with a non-fiction “tone”, Dream Life of Debris (2014).
- Location: University of Portsmouth