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- Against All Odds: Israel Survives
A thirteen-part documentary, on DVD, that examines the role that miracles have played in the survival of Israel. This collector's edition also includes the featured length movie, "Against All Odds."
- Broken Wings, a film by Nir Bergman.
This award winning Israeli film presents a realistic slice-of-life drama that follows a family as it starts to fall apart after the father's death, and how it is brought together again by a twist of fate. The movie is in Hebrew with English subtitles.
- Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story
A touching docudrama on the life of Yoni Netanyahu, using is own words and letters.
- Gentleman's Agreement & Hollywood's Israel Problem, by Moshe Phillips.
In 1947, Hollywood gave us "Gentleman's Agreement," a thoughtful and compelling portrait of anti-Semitism in America in the period directly after World War Two and the Holocaust... (article)
- A Hero's Story: Yoni Netanyahu, by Moshe Phillips.
A new movie about Yoni Netanyahu called Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story, played in a suburban Philadelphia suburb late in July just minutes away from where the hero of the Entebbe operation went to high school in the 1960s... (article)
- When Do We Eat?, starring Michael Lerner, Shiri Appleby, Adam Lamberg, Cynda Williams, Jack Klugman, and Lesley Ann Warren.
A magical comedy that follows a dysfunctional family through one of the most memorable and life-changing Seder's of their lives.
- Zalmen, or the Madness of G-d, by Elie Wiesel.
Set in a post-Stalinist Russian synagogue on the eve of an appearance by a Western actring troupe, Elie Wiesel's play has been described as a cry of anguish about the collective guilt of"the Silent". Stars Dianne Wiest, Robert Prosky, Joseph Wiseman.
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