The Salem Singers by artist and musician, Tom Greenwood, is an epic visual testimony that traces three generations of a family over the course of a century as they make their way from Russia to New York to California. Marion Curie helped Greenwood create the project and edit the film for The Salem Singers. Seven hundred fifty pages of images follow the clan of wandering troubadours through the great depression, suburbia, the American counterculture, love, divorce, murder and loneliness. A monumental account of lives caught in the currents of history. Greenwood says of The Salem Singers, 'My work as a musician has been informed by abstraction, repetition and disintegration, ideas more common in visual mediums...'