East and west meet at the arts.

The docufilm Princess Show is a lesson in film art and heart.

Hollywood lost its ability to let people be people and express themselves naked. In Hollywood you have to have money, you have to be outstandingly beautiful, or handsome, and appearance flaws is well covered, to the point of no recognition of what the person really looks like. Then there is that Hollywood technic of sound, photography and other effects to complete the camouflage to perfection.

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And out of nowhere, come two Israelis, Ido Haar, director, and Ophir Kutiel ('Kutiman)' creator and music arranger, and the star of the film, the American Samantha Montgomery-‘Princess Shaw’, who do not live in a Hollywood chosen filming location, who wear t-shirts and jeans and are neither well trained actor or sophisticated producer or director but they have soul, they have talent and a story from real life to tell; they have the insight. Their story moves your own emotions and catches your heart tight.



 From R-creator Ofit Kutiel-Kutiman, Princess Shaw, two time Oscar nominated songwriter Carol Connors, European film composer Bartek Gliniak, Nurit Greenger, the writer-May 2016 at the Motion Films auditorium showing-photo Nurit Greenger 

The docufilm is riveting; Samantha's heart-to-heart talk with her unknown audience, based on her life story which she tells through her songs are deep penetrating.

An amazing story that two Israelis have noticed, discovered, picked on and captured and have taken it to the top level of film art.

Once again Israel is showing the world that it leads in films' content.

Ido Haar, an Israeli filmmaker chronicles the cross-continental musical collaboration between American YouTube character, Princess Shaw, and Israeli mash-up musical artist 'Kutiman'.

The docufilm has been just released in 12 cities throughout the USA, also available on a number of streaming platforms, among them Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, and Time Warner Cable.

The docufilm Princess Show is a lesson in film art and heart.

Hollywood lost its ability to let people be people and express themselves naked. In Hollywood you have to have money, you have to be outstandingly beautiful, or handsome, and appearance flaws is well covered, to the point of no recognition of what the person really looks like. Then there is that Hollywood technic of sound, photography and other effects to complete the camouflage to perfection.
 
IDO HAAR (left), Princess Shaw and Kutiman[R] attend a special screening of ‘Princess Shaw’ at the UN headquarters in New York. (photo credit: VICTOR MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ UROSA)


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