Budapest-based novelist, poet, essayist and screenwriter Gábor T. Szántó co-wrote with director Ferenc Török the powerful Hungarian film “1945.”
Emmy award-winning documentarian Alexandra Dean wrote and directed “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story,” a film that delves into the life of the Jewish émigré film star from Austria.
Veteran editor and director Manfred Kirchheimer, whose work includes "We Were So Beloved" (1987), looks at issues related to Jewish identity in “My Coffee with Friends”
Avi Nesher is one of Israel’s foremost film directors, whose films include "Turn Left At the End of the World" and "The Troupe." His latest film “The Other Story" raises important questions about the world of the ultra-Orthodox Jew
Ofir Raul Grazier’s first feature narrative, "The Cakemaker," tackles with great sensitivity the story of intimate relationships, lost love, and the German-Israeli connection.
Documentarian Ruth Beckermann discusses her biographical drama about former UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim and the controversy about his role in the Nazi regime.
Documentary filmmaker Dennis Scholl's latest documentary takes us on a journey to Miami Beach of the 1970s and 1980s through the photographic lens of two young photographers.
Filmmaker Oren Rudavsky discusses his film "Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People," which tells the story of the remarkable Jewish newspaper publisher.
In “Working Woman," Israeli filmmaker Michal Aviad looks at Israeli society and the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Veteran Israeli actor Sasson Gabay discusses playing the lead role in “The Band’s Visit” in both the movie (Best Actor - Israeli Ophir Award) and as Tony Shalhoub's replacement in the Tony Award-winning Broadway show.
Writer-director Boaz Yehonatan Yacov discusses becoming religious late in life and his directorial debut "Redemption," about a religious rock star who returns to music.