In his book "Genius and Anxiety", Norman Lebrecht shares the stories of Jews whose lives and achievements have made a difference to the world between 1894 and 1947.
‘Seventy percent of the volunteers’ time is used for the actual work, and 30% is spent learning Jewish values and understanding why it is important for Jews to be involved in this work.’
Roger Nathan ‘Gino’ Narboni flew in the French, US and Israeli air forces throughout his storied career.
Rabbi Jeffrey Saks, a publisher and fan of Agnon’s work, reflects on the impact of the Hebrew literary leader.
For American-Jewish businessman Leon Falic, investing in Israel is just good sense.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of America’s oldest learned societies and independent policy research centers.
Sitting down with UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer, an outspoken Israel advocate in an often unfriendly and biased environment, who has the eyes of the world upon him.
Sylvia goes to Cannes – in a documentary about her life.
Shagrir, in a career that spanned just over a half a century, was one of the central figures of Israel’s film and television industries.
Sitting down with multi-talented octogenarian Larry Frisch, who in just one twist in his long and colorful history, was assistant director of seminal film "Exodus."