Goldstein (film)

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Directed by Philip Kaufman
Benjamin Manaster
Produced by Zev Braun
Philip Kaufman
Written by Philip Kaufman
Benjamin Manaster
Music by Meyer Kupferman
Cinematography Jean-Phillippe Carson
Edited by Adolfas Mekas
Distributed by Altura Films International
Release date
  • 1965 (1965)
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Goldstein is a 1965 film co-directed by Philip Kaufman and Benjamin Manaster,[1] and produced by Kaufman and Zev Braun. The cast featured a number of actors from The Second City comedy troupe. The film shared the Prix de la Nouvelle Critique at the Cannes Film Festival in 1964 with Bertolucci's Before the Revolution.[2]


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  1. ^ Murray, Noel. "Goldstein". The Onion A.V. Club. 
  2. ^ Festival de Cannes : Film details 1964

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