NEW FILMS FROM 7TH ART

The Dybbuk: A Tale of Wandering Souls

Every year 30,000 Hasidim flock to Ukraine visiting their leader’s grave -- where thousands of Jews were slaughtered in 1768.

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Birobidzhan

There was once an independent communist state for Jews under Stalin. What became of Birobidzhan?

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Wings of Change

Negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians are stuck, but one man is waging a battle for coexistence with the aid of barn owls...

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Recognition (Hakara)

An intimate portrait of surprisingly different women in a war stricken land.

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Chau, Beyond the Lines

Chau, a teenager living in a Vietnamese care center for kids disabled by Agent Orange, struggles with the reality of his dream to become an artist....

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Morgenthau

Three Men. Three Generations. One Fight.

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Nobody Home

Holy Mt. Olives, Jerusalem: people of the three religions search for meaning, faith, and redemption.

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Lost Town

An obsessive search to understand the Nazi-obliterated town, Trochenbrod, made famous by Jonathan Safran Foer's "Everything Is Illuminated."

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The Man Who Shot Hollywood

From Garbo to Swanson the greatest photographs never seen...

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A Blind Hero: The Love of Otto Weidt

Otto Weidt manages to keep his employees – who are nearly all Jewish and blind – from the clutches of the Nazis. When his secretary is deported...

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God's Messengers

A powerful inside look at the group of Jewish settlers who inhabit the unauthorized outpost of Havat Gilad.

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The Tour Guide

A look at the life and work of Nirit Ben Joseph, an Israeli immigrant in Germany who gives ‘Holocaust’ tours at key historical sites.

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I Am What I Play

A feature-length documentary about the heyday of rock radio.

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The Return

How do you build your identity when your past has been stripped away?

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50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus

The Krauses, an American couple, brought the single largest group of children out of Nazi Germany during the Holocaust...

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The Sturgeon Queens

The story of the famed Lower East Side smoked fish emporium Russ & Daughters and the Jewish immigrant family who has run it for 100 years and...

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