Meet Adam, an intermarried Hungarian Jew. An excerpt from young author Alyssa Petersel's new book profiling the definition-defying identities of Jews in Hungary.
Cultivating an ability to laugh about our foundational beliefs is an important step towards making the world a better and safer place.
Young filmmaker Serena Dykman documents her quest to understand her grandmother -- a Holocaust survivor whose message wasn't exclusively Jewish.
The emergence of a new Japanese klezmer band raises interesting questions about what klezmer is, as well as what defines Jewish music.
Granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, young filmmaker Serena Dykman, investigates her grandmother's memoir to discover anew -- and reinterpret -- the Shoah.
David Levy reviews the new film by Jake Witzenfeld, screening in New York as part of The Other Israel Film Festival.
We invite you to the only film festival devoted to Israel's minorities -- the "other Israel."
Aliza Becker writes that "Censored Voices" is a must-see for anyone who wants to understand the 1967 Six Day War.
Aryeh Cohen writes that this new Israeli documentary "Censored Voices" demythologizes the 1967 Six Day War, raising up redacted combatant witnesses and participants in violence.