Matthew Gelb

Filmmaker

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Matthew Gelb is a producer, director and editor, known for the award-winning documentary short film, Prince of Smoke.

Matthew Gelb on KCRW

Filmmaker Matthew Gelb explores the world of Cuban tobacco farming in Prince of Smoke.

Matthew Gelb: Prince of Smoke

Filmmaker Matthew Gelb explores the world of Cuban tobacco farming in Prince of Smoke.

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