February 7, 2013 - 10:45am
Features, shorts, documentaries, and student films all to be showcased at this years's Jewish Film Festival.
Judaism is a very interesting religion – precisely because it transcends religion: it is an identity. A heritage. Something to be proud of. I know an atheistic Jews who embraces her Jewishness, and I know a convert to the religion who loves to expound upon its merits and tenets at parties (he...
February 7, 2013 - 10:15am
The French Film Festival continues with Finland's submission to consideration for this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.
I went to France once. It was two and a half years ago. That is a long time; it doesn't feel like quite so long – my memories are still quite vivid. It's the best trip I've ever taken. France is beautiful. I was there for three weeks: two in Montpellier, in the south, near the...
February 5, 2013 - 10:30am
Murder and disease, war and betrayal, all at the Dreamland Film Center.
I like our city. Louisville is great. The weather is weird, sure, but it's a nice place to live. I like the people, I like the creative vibe, I like the good food. I could go on. It's a nice, friendly city. But imagine the dark underside. Do we have a dark underside? Who can say? Let's...
February 4, 2013 - 10:03am
Awards: Audience Award Jerusalem Film Festival 2011
A touching drama set in the 1960s, ten-year old Tadek and his older brother Andrzej live in a working class neighborhood in Poland where they are part of a gang with neo-Nazi affiliations. After being arrested for beating up Jews,...
February 4, 2013 - 9:59am
This film is co-produced by Bonnie Bizer, whose cousin was a founder of Kibbutz Hazorea.
Wilfrid Israel inherited the largest department store in Berlin. An art collector, he donated priceless pieces to Kibbutz Hazorea, which he helped establish in 1936. With the use of photographs,...