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Ben arrives to his native Kibbutz and plans to ask his distant father Albert to help him recover a family apartment looted in WWII. But Albert has other plans... Completely drunk, he has bet that he could cross the country from north to south on a tractor in less than a week.
Drama
A generous and stubborn elderly boxing coach who gets along with everyone except his own son. They're reunited after the death of the old man's wife and forced to face old grievances.
Animation
Opportunities to experience awe exist everywhere. Awe enriches our lives, creating openings for meaning, love, joy, wisdom, and connection to a mystery larger than ourselves. Too often, however, we don’t pay attention, and we miss these life-enriching opportunities. The animation examines the importance of awe and suggests ways to help us bring awareness to everyday wonders. This animation was created with generous funding by The Covenant Foundation.
Documentary
Bella! tells the story of Bella Abzug, who first rose to prominence as a scrappy grassroots activist in New York's West Village, and then went on to champion everything from an end to the Vietnam War to the advancement of LGBTQ rights.
Documentary
The incredible journey of Genie Milgrom and her decades long quest for her Jewish lineage. Genie was born in Havana and raised as a Catholic in Miami but was always burdened with a deep-rooted feeling of not belonging in her Spanish Catholic environment.
Drama
The remarkable true-life survival story of a Jewish boy hiding and being hunted in the forests of Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe. Based on the memoir THE BOY IN THE WOODS by Maxwell Smart.
Documentary
In 1939, a 7-year-old girl fled Nazi Germany on a ship bound for Shanghai. 80 years later in America, her daughter fights to reinstate her mother's lost German citizenship.
Drama
The inconspicuous caretaker of the city's largest museum has a special, silent connection to art (and the creators of art). When his world is torn apart by the merciless Gleichschaltung he risks everything to save some of the "degenerate" artworks from being confiscated by the Nazis.
Yehuda Poliker, one of Israel’s musical giants – in a retrospective meeting of his own life – stares calmly into the camera; sometimes with longing, sometimes with regret, but mostly lovingly. He watches rare archival footage, some of which are never before seen family home-videos. At times, he joins in on the guitar, accompanying that same stuttering, insecure young man looking back at him from the screen, or his parents singing Greek songs, and sometimes, he just sits silently and reminisces. In conversation between then and now, in conversation with his friend for the past 40 years, Eti Aneta Segev, images from Poliker’s life join one another, while his touching music plays in the background. The images spark memories that transport us freely between the different junctures of his life.