A new documentary traces the rise, fall, and amazing rediscovery of the world’s first Arab cartoon star
A new documentary explores the bitter divisions in a New York town between the large Hasidic community and secular local activists who want to stop their Hasidic neighbors from expanding
In a new documentary, a secular Tel Avivian moves to the West Bank and provides a curious, humane lens on life in a settlement
A new documentary on the life and work of composer Artur Schnabel who tried to escape his Jewishness before fleeing Germany ahead of Hitler
A new documentary series searches through Israel’s history and restaurant scene for an authentic Israeli cuisine
A documentary series explores how a group of Jewish settlers involved in plotting terrorist attacks avoided punishment and ascended to political power.
A new documentary explores the Jewish origins of Blue Note Records, but evades some tough questions
The documentary ‘Love, Gilda’ makes us miss Gilda Radner—and all her beloved ‘Saturday Night Live’ characters—even more
A new short documentary tells the moving story of zaydes and bubbes looking for community among the Baconators and the fries
Today on Jewcy: A new documentary at the Sundance Film Festival looks at a crucial point in the peace process.
Today on Jewcy: A conversation with the director, the producer, and the incredible subject of this new documentary that serves as a reminder that the Holocaust is still relevant today.
With a penetrating new film on the Public Library, the master documentary filmmaker continues his generous 50-year X-ray view of the human systems behind American democratic life
Documentary airing tonight on PBS tells the incredible story of three Italian brothers who return to Italy to look for the cave where they hid during the war
Morris’s new documentary, ‘The B-Side,’ examines the incredible career of the photographer and her portrait ‘rejects’
Muhi—Generally Temporary tells the story of a Palestinian boy who travels to an Israeli hospital for a life-saving treatment, with his grandfather by his side
‘Operation Wedding’ is directed by Anat Zalmanson-Kuznetsov, whose parents led the Leningrad plane hijacking that was ultimately foiled by the KGB
‘Harold and Lillian,’ a new documentary about the marriage of a Hollywood storyboard artist and a researcher, is the heartwarming movie you need in your life right now
‘You don’t direct people anymore, they direct you,’ said the Jewish filmmaker, who mined the experience for inspiration for his next movie
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