The Personals (1998 American film)

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The Personals
Directed by Keiko Ibi
Produced by Keiko Ibi
Cinematography Greg Pak
Edited by Keiko Ibi
Milton Moses Ginsberg
Release date
  • 1998 (1998)
Running time
40 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Personals (also known as The Personals: Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Years) is a 1998 American short documentary film directed by Keiko Ibi about a Jewish senior citizens' theatre group in New York City. In 1999 it won an Academy Award at the 71st Academy Awards for Documentary Short Subject.[1]


  • Gloria Bobrofsky as Performer
  • Abram Calderon as Performer
  • Deborah Ehrlich as Performer
  • Seth Glassman as Performer
  • Harold Gordon as Performer
  • Harold Krinsky as Performer
  • Ruth Krinsky as Performer
  • Moe Kronberg as Performer
  • Fred Schechter as Performer
  • Rose Straub as Performer
  • Shirley Tavel as Performer
  • Selma Wernick as Performer


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