German film director Margarethe von Trotta discusses her film about Johanna “Hannah” Arendt, the German-born American Jewish philosopher was affected by covering the Eichmann trial, on Shalom TV’s “New Jewish Cinema” with host Judy Gelman Myers.

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Director Rama Burshtein and “Fill The Void” lead actress Hadas Yaron talk about creating a film that portrays a complicated circumstance within an ultra-orthodox family in Tel Aviv. “New Jewish Cinema” hosted by Judy Gelman Myers.

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Director Janet Tobias talks about making “No Place On Earth,” her documentary about extraordinary people who lived in caves to survive the Shoah., with Judy Gelman Myers on Shalom TV’s “New Jewish Cinema.”

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Ukrainian siblings Sam and Saul Stermer, and Sima and Sonia Dodyk, were among 38 Jews who lived in a cave during WWII for 18 months, thus surviving the Holocaust. Hear more on JBS’ “Witness,” taped at the Bnai Zion House in NYC.

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Women of the Wall Founder Anat Hoffman discusses her background in social protest and her views on ultra-Orthodox political control of aspects of Israeli life. Shalom TV original series premiere.

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Author of “A Candle In The Heart,” Judith Alter Kallman tells her moving tale of surviving the Holocaust as a very young child and now seeing her grandson bless her great-grandchild with the same Sabbath blessing her father used to bless her.

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Following Israel’s removal of settlers from a Hebron apartment building on the grounds that they were there illegally, hear two sides of the issue with Hillel Shenker and Nadia Matan .

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An Israeli hip hop/funk band, Hadag Nahash blends Western pop music with Eastern elements to create a sound tapestry on peace, tolerance and equality that also includes political and social protest. An exclusive Shalom TV presentation.

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Israel’s leading international concert and recording artist, Noa combines her Yemenite roots with 1960s musical influences Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen. A Shalom TV exclusive series.

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Holocaust survivor Paula Gris is interviewed on Shalom TV’s original series commemorating the Six Million. An educator at the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, Ms. Gris has been engaged in teaching children and adults since 1981.

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