A survey of recent American and International Jewish cinema.
From E.T. to Munich, the boy wonder of the movie industry grows up.
Jewish Theater and Dance
This Yiddish film and theater star had a versatile career and also did humanitarian work.
The 2000 film about a rabbi and priest gets Judaism all wrong.
The movie offers a touching affirmation of Jewish values.
Fiddler on the Roof brought the shtetl--along with many memorable characters and unforgettable tunes--to the big screen.
The first "talkie" told the story of a Jewish man seeking his future on Broadway.
From the days of silent pictures to a recent upsurge in Jewish documentaries, Jewish characters and themes have appeared at an increasing rate in American cinema.
Produced in Poland and America, Yiddish film captured the diversity and richness of the Yiddish-speaking world.
Orthodox vs. Hasidic on the Silver Screen