MOICase.jpg

Moment of IMPACT: Stories of the Pulitzer Prize Photographs, hosted by Sam Waterson, tell the compelling stories behind some of the world's most memorable photographs. Returning to the scene of action, each photographer describes, in a gripping first-hand account, how they took their prize-winning photographs. The moments they captured are recreated. Their images forged history and changed lives - including the photographers' own. The stories of these unforgettable photographs - many of them here for the first time - are as compelling and long lasting as the images themselves. 

Moment of IMPACT won an Emmy Award and Telly Award for Best Documentary. Directed and Produced by Cyma Rubin for Turner Network Television.

Depth of Field, Focus on the American Soldier, hosted by Patrick Center of WGVU-TV Michigan is a 30 minute documentary filmed at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum while The American Soldier exhibition was on display. Interviews are conducted with combat veterans on their experience in the war and the impact of seeing these photos years later. A moving tribute revealing the difficult memories of being at war with "an enemy" and special acknowledgements to the combat photographers who followed the troops into battle.

Depth of Field won two, 2011 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards: Best News Special or Documentary and Best Special Interest Programming. Directed by Cyma Rubin.


Books:

Pulitzer Jacket US 2014.jpg

Capture the Moment, THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Edited by Cyma Rubin and Eric Newton. This book tells the stories behind the photographs that won America's most prestigious journalism award, the Pulitzer Prize. This unique photographic history includes all of the Pulitzer winners from 1942 to 2014.

 
 

The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, edited by Cyma Rubin with Foreword by David Douglas Duncan. They have fought in the jungles of the Philippines and those of Vietnam. They have battled Hitler's forces at Omaha Beach and insurgent militias in the streets of Baghdad. This is their story-the first truly comprehensive photographic record of the men and women who have risked their lives to protect the homeland. The book's 116 photographs acknowledge the courage and contributions of the war photographers who have given us these compelling pictures from the front lines.

 
 

THE FORGOTTEN WAR Korea 1950, Photographs by Max Desfor, edited by Cyma Rubin. This exhibition catalog features the work of Associated Press and Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, Max Desfor. The 36 photographs exhibited include submissions to the Pulitzer Prize Committee in 1951 and from Max Desfor's personal collection. These photographs were taken during the most strained, early months of the Korean War.


Theater:

Produced by Cyma Rubin:

  • No, No, Nanette,  Four Tony Awards 1971: Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Costume Designer, Best Choreographer; New York Outer Critics Award
  • Mike
  • Doctor Jazz, Three Tony Nominations 1975: Best Actress, Best Choreographer, Best Costume Designer
  • Guys and Dolls
  • Oh, Kay!
  • I Love A Piano
  • Porgy & Bess

Film:

Produced by Cyma Rubin:

  • Welcome Home Bobby
  • Greaser's Palace, London Film Festival 1972, Outstanding Film of the Year
  • A Few Days in Weasel Creek

Dance:

  • New York Producer for American Ballet Theatre in Japan

Educational Programs:

Produced by Cyma Rubin:

  • All Them Rags, presentation of the use of textiles in theater
  • Ride the Carousel of Knowledge to Achieve Success, a university library campaign
  • The Shape of Things to Come, for Pepsi Cola school programs
  • America Dances, for Pepsi Cola school programs
  • The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, Teacher's Guide
  • Depth of Field, aired on WGVU-TV Michigan