Indeed, many films of special interest to Jewish audiences have been produced here, often by Jews. Hollywood's Fred Weintraub was the first major producer to arrive after the country's Soviet domination ended two decades ago. His "New Adventures of Robin Hood" (199798) for Turner TV launched the Hollywood connection.She says that "you read history at home in a cozy environment, but on a film set, you really see it. We shot many stories" about the Holocaust, but "it is never enough.""I would love foreign filmmakers to come here," says Miseikyte. "Film is the best way to talk to many nations in a peaceful way The line between life and film disappears, and film becomes life; life becomes film."