NEW YORK, NY — The much anticipated opening of the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, which the New York Times recently noted ”sheer ambition gives the museum immediate importance,” features two powerful feature video sequences designed by One Fine Day, the six-year-old design/visual effects studio led by Creative Directors Nathalie de La Gorce, Chris Haak and Executive Producer Tom Bayer. EMMY-Winning filmmaker David Grubin directed both videos.
For de la Gorce, who led the One Fine Day creative team for this pro-bono project, the intricately designed 2-plus-minute sequence entitled â€œPurimâ€? that is part of the exhibit looking at the American Jewish experience around the late 1800s, was by far the most creatively challenging.
”The video illustrates a moment in time in the history of American Jews when they had finally assimilated and more