An accomplished artist, Deborah educated students as a Waldorf teacher before turning to filmmaking. She founded Hollywood History Society when she began producing a documentary film about her grandfather's cousin, Carl Laemmle, founder of Universal Studios, who saved Jews from Nazi Germany, and her efforts to find the people he saved today.
Warren Blum has been part of Hollywood since he graduated from Fairfax High School. A lawyer, commercial property and manager, Warren composes classical, jazz and Jewish music on piano, has scored several films, and made two short films prior teaming up with his wife Deborah on the current documentary project and joining the leadership of Hollywood History Society.
Rabbi Susan Laemmle served as the Dean of Religious Life at USC for sixteen years. Prior to that she was Hillel Rabbi at USC and Valley Pierce College. She lived in Israel and has a PhD in English Literature from UCLA. A proud Angelino, she loves to travel, is active in civic life and the arts. Her love for film began when she worked at the Los Feliz theater, part of the Laemmle Theater art house chain, started by her father, Kurt, and his brother Max.