Screenings
Houston Chronicle
"Houston Filmmakers Document Local Immigrants’ Lives"
KVPR
UC Merced Professor's Documentary About Refugee Family Screens Internationally
Jewish Herald
Film Spotlights Houston Refugees' Stories
Rice Magazine
A Voice for Houston's Refugee's
Press
Asolo Art Film Festival, Italy
August 23-29, 2021
Red Line Lullaby (2020)
Central Valley Portraits Exhibition, Merced, CA
August 8-October 3, 2021
Merced Multicultural Arts Center
International Video Poetry Festival, Athens, GR
June 6, 2021
The 14th International Documentary Film Festival, Austria
July, 2020
World Premiere, Songs That Never End, Official Selection
Mimesis Documentary Film Festival, Colorado
August, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019)
Harlem International Film Festival, New York
September, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019)
Williamsburg International Film Competition
September, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019), Best US Documentary (Runner-up)
Rice University
September, 2020
Screenings of Songs That Never End (2019) and Seeds of All Things (2018)
Gallup Film Festival, New Mexico
September, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019)
Virginia Tech
October, 2020
Songs That Never Ends (2019)
University of California, Santa Barbara
October, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019) and Seeds of All Things (2018)
University of California, Merced
November, 2020
Songs That Never Ends (2019)
The Obama Institute, Mainz, Germany
November, 2020
Songs That Never Ends (2019)
Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
November, 2020
W.E.B. Du Bois Lectures Lecture series, "We & We: Cinema of Two"
Ethnographic Film Festival, Greece
November, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019)
University of Wuppertal, Germany
December, 2020
Lecture and Screening of Songs That Never End (2019)
Santa Monica International Film Festival
November, 2020
Songs That Never End (2019), Honorable Mention
University of California, Berkeley
February, 2021
Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Songs That Never Ends (2019)
Sharim’ s eye for detail leads the film to present a series of memorable images replete with evocations of cultural conflict, contrast, and coalescence.  - George Lipsitz, Scholar
Film artist and scholar Yehuda Sharim weaves a beautiful tapestry illustrating the beauty and bleakness in the lives of one refugee family, who are dealing with the trauma of escaping political unrest and persecution while finding themselves in the midst of an uphill journey to adjust to American life in Houston, TX.
-Anna Song, Scholar