HERB FREED

HERB FREED started his adult life as an ordained rabbi and became the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Shalom in Lake Mahopac, New York while producing and directing three shows at the Maidman Playhouse in New York City. Eventually, he resigned his pulpit to become a movie director. He has directed and produced 15 feature films, most of which have psychological, spiritual and/or social themes in spite of their commercial categories. He is best known for Subterfuge, a major action  film, Tomboy, a teenage romp, the psychological drama Haunts starring Mae Britt, and CHILD2MAN, a story of survival during the Watts riots.

Herb Freed with the inspiration for Bashert, his late wife, Marion Segal Freed, renowned film editor and screenwriter.

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FILMOGRAPHY

Wrote and directed:

Paradise Lost 2014

Subterfuge 1995

Stickin' Together 1991

Survival Game 1987

Tomboy 1985

Graduation Day 1981

Beyond Evil 1980

Haunts 1977

A.W.O.L. 1972

Paradise Lost 1999

Subterfuge 1995

Stickin' Together 1991

Survival Game 1987

Graduation Day 1981

Haunts 1977

Studying Dance with Martha Graham

In Venice with Pino Donnagio, film composer for Haunts and Beyond Evil. Pino also wrote the 1966 Elvis Presley hit "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me."

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