NEW FILMS FROM 7TH ART

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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The Wandering Muse

From ram’s horn to beatbox, THE WANDERING MUSE explores the kaleidoscope of Jewish identities through the ever-changing music of the Jewish...

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The Carbon Rush

The Carbon Rush focuses on the suffering caused by carbon trading around the world and the failure of global carbon markets to stop climate change....

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In the Name of the Temple

An analysis of the rise of religious zionism in Israel and its influence on the peace process with Palestine over the last decades.

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The Pink Triangle and the Nazi Cure for Homosexuality

The Nazi doctor who experimented on prisoners in search for a cure for homosexuality.

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Shooting for Home

Exiled from his racially-charged Florida town, African American basketball star Kevin Bradshaw finds redemption thousands of miles from home...

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Victor Young Perez

Victor "Young" Perez , tells the astonishing, harrowing and incredible true story of a Tunisian Jewish boxer, who became the World Flyweight...

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Moses on the Mesa

A real-life story of a German Jewish immigrant who became governor of the Native American tribe of Acoma during the days of the Wild West and......

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The Seder

When openly gay Leo decides to bring his boyfriend Mitchell home for the first time at his family’s Passover Seder, the boundaries of love...

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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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Transit

Transit examines what it means to be a family and what it means to be a stranger, within one's home and in a foreign land.

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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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