Keith Hartley on Hartley Film Foundation's history and on the life of its founder and his mother, Elda Hartley.
WOR Radio Host Bill Bertenshaw interviews a number of the award-winning documentary filmmakers who are fiscally sponsored by Hartley Film Foundation.
Menachem Daum, director of Uncommon Ground, documents the heroic efforts of Catholics and Jews in a small Polish town to make peace after centuries of anti-Semitism that during World War I
Andrea Eisenman tells the stories of three courageous Orthodox Jews, forced by the customs of their community to keep their life-threatening illness, the genetic diesease cystic fibrosis, a secre
Sandy Itkoff, producer of Defamation, discusses film director Yoav Shamir's personal and global search for a better understanding of anti-Semitism.
Norris Chumley traces the footsteps of the ancient monks, hermits and sages of the first to twelfth centuries who lived in caves, and the first monasteries established in Egypt, Israel, Syria, Gr
Micahel Singh takes viewers on a chronological journey through more
than a century of images of Muslms, Arabs and Islam in the U.S.
"God does not forbid music," a character states in Heavy Metal Islam. But, of course, many governments do forbid heavy metal.
Ellen Frick investigates the growth of the Patriot Riders movement as she travels with these motorcyclists on a solemn journey to the funerals of young soldiers killed in action.
Streetcar to Calcutta follows writer Fatima Shaik, who is Christian and African American, on a cinematic journey from New Orleans, the city of her birth, to Calcutta, the birthplace of the
With the fall of Communism in 1989, a young generation of Jews in Poland began learning of their long-buried ancestry.
Swami Dayananda Saraswati captivates seekers from India to Pennsylvania to Oman.
This two-hour documentary focuses on how the medical profession is not only looking to the origins of medicine in order to move forward, by re-integrating religiously based tenets into the healing
The Church of Gethsemane is a special Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) located in Brooklyn, NY.
Dying at Peace, a series of four half-hour documentaries, takes a thoughtful look at the best information available about our "final hour" and what lies beyond.
In ancient cultures throughout the world, Shamans have traditionally been guardians of family values and the environment.
The Catholic religious organization Opus Dei has long been a subject of public fascination.
What makes a Jew? In the oft-quoted rabbinic source "Ethics of the Fathers", the three pillars of Judaism are earmarked as prayer, study, and gemilut hasidim, or acts of loving kindness.
30 Mosques/30 Days follows the quirky cross-country road trip of two Muslim-American twenty-somethings over the course of Ramadan 2011, as they visit a different mosque in a different stat
Re-Made Men is a story of the transformative power of service and leadership in the lives of Musliim converts transitioning out of incarceration.