Daniel Kremer and San Francisco filmmaker Deniz Demirer (Nocturnal Jake, American Mongrel) have just wrapped principal photography on a film they co-directed in the Bay Area.  The film is titled Ezer Kenegdo, and stars the two directors, featuring indie filmmaking legend Rob Nilsson (Signal 7, Northern Lights), Kris Caltagirone (American Mongrel), Penny Werner, local filmmaker Jeff Kao and Joshua Safdie (director of the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award-winner Daddy Longlegs) in supporting roles.  The film tells the story of Yisroel “Izzy” Jonigkeyt, a Brooklyn Lubavitcher Chassid on the threshold of marriage, who travels to San Francisco to visit Marek Wisniewski, a Polish Catholic born in Warsaw.  They intend to collaborate on a project that examines why art world iconoclast Harry Kierk intends to destroy his entire life’s work.  As the visit progresses, Izzy and Marek discover for the first time that historical and cultural baggage is impinging on their curious friendship, which grows more and more tremulous with each passing day.  The filmmakers hope to have the film ready for a late 2013/early 2014 release.  Stay tuned!