Directors Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine discuss Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, their documentary that explores the life and career of Jewish singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen through the prism of his internationally renowned hymn.

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Lebanese-American writer/director Oualid Mouaness joins Eric Goldman to discuss his award-winning film “1982,”a harrowing portrait of one of the most cataclysmic moments in Lebanon’s history told through the lens of a child and his vibrant imagination

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Actor Meir Gerner discusses his son Oren Gerner’s movie “Africa,” a docu-fictional drama based on the real-life experiences of family and friends in the Israeli community settlement of Nirit, and centered on his aging father’s struggle to find meaning.

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Filmmaker Daniel Raim discusses “Fiddlers Journey to the Big Screen,” his documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage, cast and crew interviews and more about the making of the beloved musical film “Fiddler on the Roof.”

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Acclaimed Israeli writer/director Nadav Lapid discusses Ahed’s Knee, his imaginative psychodrama about an Israeli filmmaker who finds himself fighting for his freedoms and his mother’s life in a remote desert village where he’s presenting one of his films. Hosted by Eric Goldman.

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Filmmaker Barry Levinson joins Eric Goldman to discuss The Survivor, his film about an Auschwitz prisoner who learns how to box to survive, and goes on to have a short boxing career after the war that includes a fight with legend Rocky Graziano.

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Director Yair Qedar joins Eric Goldman to discuss The Last Chapter of A.B. Yehoshua, his film about the greatest Israeli writer alive in 2022 as he deals with illness and widowhood, but ultimately chooses love and embarks on his final journey.

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Director Morris Ben-Mayor joins Eric Goldman to discuss Queen Shoshana, his award-winning documentary about Shoshana Damari, the larger-than-life international singer and performer who is widely known as “the first Israeli diva.”

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Eric Goldman is joined by Israeli director Eran Kolirin to discuss Let It Be Morning, his satirical film about Israeli-Palestinian tensions, based on the Hebrew-language novel by Palestinian-Israeli author Sayed Kashua.

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A conversation with award-winning filmmaker Vanessa Lapa on her new documentary Speer Goes To Hollywood, about a high-ranking Nazi leader trying to whitewash his legacy.

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