Watch This! Oscar-nominated ‘Joe’s Violin’ streaming free

Joe’s Violin chronicles the relationship that develops between Joe Feingold, a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor, and Brianna Perez, a 12-year-old Bronx school girl, when Joe donates his violin to a music program.

The film, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, explores how this act of generosity changed the lives of both of these individuals.

The 24-minute film, directed by former The Daily Show producer Kahane Cooperman, is streaming free at The New Yorker in their Screening Room.

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About Sean Axmaker

Sean Axmaker is a contributing writer for Turner Classic Movies Online, The Seattle Weekly, Keyframe, and Cinephiled, and the editor of Parallax View (www.parallax-view.org). He was a film critic for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for nine years and a longtime home video columnist for IMDb and MSN Movies, and his work has appeared in Indiewire, Today.com, The Stranger, Senses of Cinema, Asian Cult Cinema, Filmfax, Psychotronic Video, and "The Scarecrow Video Guide." You can find links to all of this and more on his shamelessly self-promoting blog at http://www.seanax.com/