Black Over White. The concert in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is not just another performance by the band Idan Raichel Project, but also a return to the homeland of two of the Project’s lead singers. Through music, the group reconnects with their own identities.
Crossing the Line. This documentary explores the proliferation of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic incidents on North American college campuses. Interspersed with accounts from Jewish students and campus professionals, the film offers a glimpse into the experiences of Jewish college students who are actively involved in the daily struggle of supporting the State of Israel and fighting against biased misinformation both in and out of the classroom.
Fringes. A documentary about three stories of spiritual innovation, focusing on young Jews in Israel, Canada and the US. These stories are braided together, like the fringes of a tallit, to create an inspiring portrait of cutting-edge Judaism in the 21st century.
Klezmer On Fish Street. A look at the Jewish culture that thrives in 21st century Poland, despite the absence of a large Jewish population. The documentary follows director Yale Strom and members of an American klezmer ensemble, The Klezmaniacs, as they navigate Poland, discover the legacy of Jewish culture left behind in the country, and see the commercial exploitation of the Holocaust.
The Jews And The Longest Kiss In History. In 1977, a group of Jewish people, having fled persecution in the Sudan during the 60’s, organized a highly secret mission to transfer the buried remains in the Jewish cemetery and the Torah Scrolls from Khartoum to Jerusalem. This film reveals the unusual journey of the sacred books from the Sudan to make known how this most enigmatic community has kept its identity.