How is the Holocaust respresented in the world of social media?
Ten-year-old Adam is lonely. So when he meets Abulele, a giant monster with a taste for sugary soda, the two become friends. Screening apart of BJFF Jr.
Maya Goldwasser is a mom, a successful choreographer, and the wife of an Israeli official of the Ministry of Justice. But Maya was actually born as Nadia, to a Palestinian family.
And Then, Violence
Within a climate of terror, a Parisian law student tries to reconnect with her ex-boyfriend who has recently become Orthodox.
Bacon and God's Wrath
A 90-year-old Jewish woman reflects on her life's experiences as she prepares to try bacon for the first time.
An intimate portrait of the strength of one idiosyncratic artist. Billsville follows 85-yearold Bill Anhang.
The Brother Mike Tapes: 1985
In 1985, Brother Mike Cohen recorded an argument with his parents about cleaning his room that reveals his love of rock music, his hopes for the future, and his family's deep-seated love for each other.
The Cabinet Decision
Through beautiful animation, The Cabinet Decision presents Israel and Palestine as two entities, competing for the strength of one beating heart.
It’s 1942 and German law has been imposed in Thessaloniki, where Estrea, a young Jewish girl, in has fallen in love with Yorgos, a Christian boy who works in a small nightclub.