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Jonathan Oppenheim Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Jonathan Oppenheim.

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Sad news … Jonathan Oppenheim, the son of theater and film legend Judy Holliday, died July 16 at age 67 of brain cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Three years ago, Jonathan gave me a rare interview about his Academy Award-winning mother, who in 1965 died at 43 of breast cancer.

Jonathan provided me the lovely personal photo of him as a child with Holliday, who starred in the film “Born Yesterday” (receiving the 1951 Best Actress Oscar over Bette Davis and Anne Baxter in “All About Eve,” Eleanor Parker in “Caged,” and Gloria Swanson in “Sunset Boulevard”). His mother also won the 1957 Best Actress Tony for the Broadway musical “Bells Are Ringing,” which became her last film in 1960.

Throughout his adult life, Jonathan kept Holliday’s Oscar and Tony on a hallway shelf in his Manhattan apartment. “They’re very important to me, but I don’t display them prominently,” he told me.

Prayers……for Jonathan Oppenheim’s family, friends, fans and community during this time. Jonathan certainly has so many cherished memories they will shine bright in his Legend for many years to come.
R.I.P. Jonathan
Jonathan Oppenheim, an editor on classic documentary films such as 199o’s “Paris Is Burning,” has died at age 67.
Oppenehim died of brain cancer in New York City on July 16, according to the Sundance Institute, where he had long served as a fellow and adviser. No cause of death was given.
Oppenheim edited and co-produced the second film in director Laura Poitras’ post-9/11 trilogy, “The Oath,” which was a psychological portrait of Osama bin Laden’s former bodyguard. He won a Peabody Award for the 1987 film “Arguing the World,” about four Jewish intellectuals educated at New York City College in the 1930s who each became prominent figures with starkly different viewpoints.

Our friend, collaborator and talented film editor Jonathan Oppenheim has passed away. He leaves behind a distinct and significant body of work, which we cannot categorize other than to say he dedicated his life’s work to the art form of documentary storytelling. We will miss him.


So saddened by the death of Jonathan Oppenheim. I had the luck of meeting him during the
@sundanceorg
lab and he was such a brilliant mind, generous and inspiring soul. Sending my love to his family and friends.


I’m so sad to hear about the passing of Jonathan Oppenheim. Paris is Burning is the documentary that introduced me to ballroom and started a fire and passion inside of me. We will forever remember and love you.

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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