Remi Arts, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation that produces documentaries on the performing and visual arts, New York and the Jewish Experience.

     For its 20th anniversary, Remi Arts is proud to announce that its newest documentary, Regina Resnik: New York Original, will premiere on New York public television later this year. The film traces Ms. Resnik‚Äôs remarkable 70-year career as international opera star, Tony-nominated actress, stage director, filmmaker and Jewish cultural figure, and features on-screen interviews with Broadway legends Harold Prince and Joel Grey, opera legends Martina Arroyo and Teresa Stratas, and conductors Richard Bonynge and Zubin Mehta. Renowned mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves is the narrator. Michael Philip Davis wrote, produced and co-directed with Robert Fredette.
     Remi Arts is currently raising funds to complete this documentary in the coming months. All contributions to Remi Arts, Inc. are tax-deductible. We welcome your gift of any amount! To donate, please click here.
     Regina Resnik and Michael Philip Davis, mother and son, founded Remi Arts, Inc. in 1997.
     From 1997 to 2007, performing under the title Regina Resnik Presents, Remi Arts developed and performed six different vocal programs from New York to San Francisco, from concert halls to cultural centers to universities. The concerts were directed and narrated by Ms. Resnik, and conceived and written by Mr. Davis, who also performed along with other artists.
      A highlight of the company's Jewish cultural work was Colors of the Diaspora. A kaleidoscope of Jewish song spanning 900 years, this concert trilogy contained ten first recordings, five world premieres, seven American premieres, and two New York premieres, all narrated by Ms. Resnik.
     After fifteen years presenting live and video concerts. Remi Arts produced the documentary Geto: The Historic Jewish Ghetto of Venice. Geto attracted more than 43,000 viewers in its first broadcast and is currently streamed free of charge at Ms. Resnik and Mr. Davis wrote and produced. Ms. Resnik narrated. Now available on DVD here.
     Since its inception in 1997, Remi Arts' prestigious sponsors have included: The John and Evelyn Kossak Foundation, the Ledler Foundation, The Frederick Loewe Foundation, The Jerome Robbins Foundation Frank Loesser Enterprises and The Frank Loesser Trust, and The Baisley Powell Elebash Foundation.