NEW FILMS FROM 7TH ART

Persona Non Grata

Against orders, a Japanese diplomat issued visas to 6,000 Jewish refugees during WWII.

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Kakehashi: A Portrait of Chef Nobuo Fukuda

'Kakehashi' simply means 'bridge,' and Chef Nobuo's father hoped that his son would some day create bridges of his own. Now Nobuo does just that....

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Midnight Return: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey

The film explores the emotional and political power of cinema, as seen through the lens of the blockbuster hit, Midnight Express…

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Restoring Tomorrow

A universal story of hope as a treasured local temple near demise, is lifted up by a community’s determination to achieve the impossible.

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Happy: a small film with a big smile

Based on the life of Visual Artist Leonard "Porkchop" Zimmerman and his HAPPY campaign, this is the story of one man's transformational journey...

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Mandala Beats

Crossing borders through music.

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Rabbi Wolff: A Gentleman Before God

William Wolff is nearly 90 and perhaps the most unconventional rabbi in the world.

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On The Banks of the Tigris: The Hidden Story of Iraqi Music

Majid Shokor, an Iraqi-Australian from a Muslim background, who discovers a hidden history - the Jewish role in Iraqi music.

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Body and Soul: An American Bridge

The most recorded song in jazz reveals the overwhelming influences, collaborations, and conflicts between Blacks and Jews in American music....

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Monsieur Mayonnaise

An epic adventure starring artists, werewolves, heroes, Nazis, a comic book & baguettes ….with lashings of French mayonnaise!

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Uncle Gloria: One Helluva Ride!

Butch, a macho 67 year-old auto wrecker hides from the law as a woman setting off a bizarre journey of self discovery.

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Keep Moving Forward

A documentary featuring a Vietnam veteran who finds peace from his PTSD through Disney.

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al imam

Despite controversy and threats, Muslim singer/songwriter turned spiritual leader Ani Zonneveld takes a stand for justice through activism.

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My Brothers and Sisters in the North

Sung-Hyung Cho was the first South Korean director allowed to film in North Korea, while accompanying residents during their everyday routines......

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Destination Unknown

They survived but could they be free?

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Jerry Lewis: The Man Behind the Clown

He's been called an idiot, a monkey, and a comic genius. Find out who the man behind the clown really is.

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There Are Jews Here

The untold stories of four once thriving American Jewish communities that are now barely holding on.

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Freedom Runners

A heroic teacher fights for social justice for refugees at a time when the plight of refugees worldwide has never been of greater importance....

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Wrestling Alligators

Alligator wrestler, hunter, warrior, poet, leader of an empire. James E. Billie is the father of Indian gaming. And you've never heard of him...

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The Law

A fascinating drama about a fascinating woman, skilled politician and resolute fighter for women's rights!

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