10 Questions will be a series of interrelated short films that offer perspectives on the vital questions surrounding the US/Israeli/Palestinian relationship. The films will echo the layered structure of "Radiolab," and weave together the short, stand-alone stories.
116 Cameras follows a Holocaust vurvivor as she is transformed into an interactive hologram. In collaboration with the University of Southern California's Institute for Creative Technologies, The Shoah Foundation is transforming a number of Holocaust survivors into 3D digital projections that will interact with generations to come.
The Art of Repair tells the story of an ancient synagogue in Hania, Crete, reconstructed after the devastation of WW II into a renewed, inclusive Jewish community that is now in a struggle for survival.
The Calling is a groundbreaking two-part four-hour documentary series that will share the journeys of four young Americans - a Catholic, a Muslim, a Protestant and a Jew, who have decided to enter the clergy.
The Cantor’s Project picks up where director Erik Greenberg Anjou’s previous A Cantor’s Tale left off. Cantor Jack Mendelson and his passionate campaign for traditional prayer modes are far from an assured legacy.
A personal and global search by Israeli director Yoav Shamir for a better understanding of anti-Semitism is the focus of Defamation. Shamir seeks reactions from the man in the street to opinons about anti-Semitism posed by experts.
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. But there’s a fourth pillar. Food.