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The film follows the life and times of the trailblazing Supreme Court Justice.
The film dives into questions of ownership, theft and the sale of street art, whose creators may never see a penny when their public displays are taken into private hands.
Living with, and documenting, 4 J'lem gamers was a powerful life lesson for filmmaker Gal Fridman.
Jewish song competition aimed at finding "the next Jewish star" to be broadcast on Channel 1.
By HANNAH BROWN
David Fisher’s latest documentary is a complex story about how the filmmaker’s son decided to go to school on what used to be the frontline between Bosnians and Croatians.
Deborah Kaufman and Alan Snitow explore the role of Jewish identity in a polarizing world in their latest film, ‘Between Two Worlds,’ showing this week at the Jerusalem Film Festival.
A documentary on Channel 1 tonight shows how Judy Feld Carr, a Canadian school teacher, liberated over 3,000 Jews from Syria from 1972 to 2001.
After 32 years sitting unseen in Channel 1’s archives, a restored version of ‘Memories of the Eichmann Trial’ is being broadcast tonight.
Prizes announced at DocAviv; Israeli harpist awarded music scholarship.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Daniel Remer’s documentary ‘Leah’ recounts one immigrant’s success story.
By MARGARET STONER
Best documentary nominee ‘Strangers No More,’ about the Bialik-Rogozin school, was made by American filmmakers.
By BEN HARTMAN
Secular Jewish identity is explored in ‘Jews Now.’
In the film, one of those interviewed states, “We were given Hebrew names without thinking about our past, we were told, ‘You are new people and you will start from the beginning.'"
By RUTH EGLASH
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