The Projected Image: The Jewish Experience on Film

TCM featured a twenty-film series co-hosted by Eric Goldman on "The Jewish Experience in Cinema."

-Turner Classic Movies

Intro to "The Jazz Singer" (1927)

Eric Goldman joined TCM host Robert Osborne for a twenty-film series that explored Jewish life. This is Eric's "intro" to "The Jazz Singer" (1927).

-Turner Classic Movies

Intro to "Sallah" (1964)

Eric Goldman joined TCM host Robert Osborne for a twenty-film series that explored Jewish life. This is Eric's "intro" to the Israeli film "Sallah" (1964).

-Turner Classic Movies

On "Gentleman's Agreement" (1947)

Eric Goldman talks about the Darryl F. Zanuck-produced film, adapted from the Laura Z. Hobson novel, that takes a hard look at social anti-Semitism. 

-Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas

Interview with Theodore Bikel

Interview with Theodore Bikel, Alan Alda and director John Lollos that followed a screening of "Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem."

-Folksbiene/JBSTV

Interview with Joseph Cedar

Eric Goldman’s interview with Academy Award-nominated Israeli writer/director Joseph Cedar, after a special screening of Cedar’s film, “Footnote.” 

-Yeshiva University

Hester Street

Director Joan Micklin Silver and Academy Award-winning actor Carol Kane talk about "Hester Street" (1975) at a 40th anniversary screening of the film and celebration. -NYTF/Folksbiene

On the Dybbuk in Ole Bornedal’s “The Possession” (2012)

Eric Goldman joins scholars Edna Nahshon and Itzik Gottesman in discussing elements about dybbuks in folklore, theater and cinema. 

-Lionsgate

Excerpt from: “18 Voices Sing Kol Nidre”

Excerpt from Allen Oren’s film about Kol Nidre, the sacred chant sung on the eve of Yom Kippur, The Day of Atonement, and the 1927 "The Jazz Singer." 

-Allen Oren/Voices of Kol Nidre, Inc.