Gil Levanon, granddaughter of a Survivor, and Kat Rohrer, granddaughter of a Nazi officer, discuss their documentary exploring why so many Israelis resettle in Germany and how grandparents respond to their decision. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman.

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Filmmaker Boaz Yehonatan Yacov discusses becoming religious late in life and marrying a non-religious filmmaker; and his directorial debut in “Redemption”,a religious rock star returns to music to raise money for his sick child. With Eric Goldman.

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Filmmaker Boaz Yehonatan Yacov discusses becoming religious late in life and marrying a non-religious filmmaker; and his directorial debut in “Redemption”,a religious rock star returns to music to raise money for his sick child. With Eric Goldman.

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Veteran Israeli actor Sasson Gabay discusses playing the lead role in “The Band’s Visit” in both the movie and as a replacement for Tony Shalhoub in the Tony Award winning Broadway production. With Eric Goldman.

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Israeli filmmaker Michal Aviad looks at Israeli society from a woman’s view. In her movie “Working Woman”, she highlights the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. With Eric Goldman, the Jewish community’s leading film scholar.

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On Eric Goldman’s Jewish Cinematheque, filmmaker Oren Rudavsky discusses his film “Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People” which tells the story of the Jewish newspaper publisher.

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Filmmaker Dennis Scholl discusses his documentary “The Last Resort,” which depicts the vibrancy of the Miami Beach Jewish retiree community of the 1970’s thru the lens of photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman.

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Filmmaker Ruth Beckermann discusses her biographical drama about former UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim and the controversy over his role in the Nazi regime. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman on JBS’s original series “Jewish Cinematheque.”

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Israeli director Ofir Raul Gaizer discusses the meaning of his first feature film “The Cakemaker” and explains how the dramatic story parallels his personal life. With Jewish cinema scholar Eric Goldman on the JBS series “New Jewish Cinematheque.”  Episode 5

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Israeli film producer, director, screenwriter and actor Avi Nesher discusses his family’s history in the Holocaust; the success of his past films; and his upcoming film, Pilgrim, the second in a trilogy set in Jerusalem. With Eric Goldman.

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