In "Harmonia," writer-director Ori Sivan has given us a cinematic retelling of Abraham and Sarah’s saga that is far from simplistic.
Junction 48 is a love story of two young Palestinian hip-hop artists using music to fight both Israeli oppression and their own conservative community.
Sayed Kashua's new show “The Writer” starkly confronts Jewish viewers with their limitations. The show is not funny but neither is second-class citizenship.
New documentary film "Forever Pure" isn't really about soccer. It's really about extremism, told via the lens of the game, the players, and its fans.
Jewschool is proud to once again sponsor the Other Israel Film Festival, the largest film festival devoted to the topic of minority populations in Israel.
Documentary film "Freedom Runners" tells the stories of young African asylum seekers in Israel competing for a slim hope at Israeli citizenship.
“Disturbing the Peace” which combines reenactments, archival footage, on camera storytelling, and live documentation, tells the story of the creation of the organization “Combatants for Peace.”
With festivities staged in rickety shelters open to the sky, Sukkot seemed to us like an ideal time to honor the situation of the almost 70 million refugees worldwide who sleep every night in these kinds of dwellings. In a state that has refused to accept any refugees from an escalating Syrian civil war, we hoped to use the holiday to jumpstart our solidarity with these displaced people.
Jacob Neusner is credited with creating Jewish Studies -- a real academic field, outside the yeshiva, shaping how you and I think about American Jewry.
Rachel Ida Buff reflects on Unetaneh tokef over a missing family cat.