Hilan Warshaw

New York, New York, United States


Hilan Warshaw is a Manhattan-based filmmaker and writer. His filmography as producer/director/writer includes documentaries such as "Wagner's Jews" (broadcasts on WDR/ARTE, Medici TV, PBS-WNET, Israel's Channel 8, Deutsche Welle, among others); "In the Key of Bach" (PBS-GPB); "Secret Song" (SVT, Medici TV, EuroArts, Allegro HD); "Through the Darkness" (ORF, SVT, YLE, Medici TV); "Rachmaninoff Revisited" (WDR/ARTE; co-producer and editor); and the forthcoming "Mahler in New York" (SVT) and "Honorable Mr. Morgenthau." He is also video director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

In addition to his own films, his other writing credits include the PBS documentary "A Workshop for Peace," and his other video editing credits include PBS films such as "Shadows in Paradise: Hitler's Exiles in Hollywood" (WDR/ARTE/PBS), "In the Key of G," and the miniseries "Great Conversations in Music."

Alongside his film work, he has been guest faculty at Barnard College and Western Carolina University, and has been a lecturer and panelist at venues including London's Barbican Centre, Stockholm's Royal Academy of Arts, Yale University, Boston University, NYU's Deutsches Haus, and the Morgan Library & Museum. His essays on film and music have been published by Cambridge University Press, McFarland Press, Königshausen & Neumann, and The Wagner Journal among others. He holds a B.F.A. and M.F.A. from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.