Art

Angel Wagenstein: Art is a Weapon

A visually stunning and provocative portrait of the great Bulgarian Jewish screenwriter, novelist, and lifelong revolutionary Angel Wagenstein....

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Art & Copy

ART & COPY introduces the cultural visionaries who revolutionized advertising during the industry's golden age by creating slogans to live by...

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Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy

A behind-the-scenes-of-Broadway look at the unique role of Jewish Americans in the creation of the modern American musical.

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Bury the Hatchet

BURY THE HATCHET features three Mardi Gras Indian Chiefs in a dynamic and intimate portrait of the unique, endangered and often hidden New Orleans...

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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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Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians

A self-taught and very successful society photographer in early 20th Century Seattle, Edward S. Curtis dedicated most of his life and career...

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Cyanosis

Jamshid Aminfar is a painter that is forced to work on the streets of Tehran; he is determined to pursue the art he loves despite constant interruption...

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Dances of Ecstasy

DANCES OF ECSTASY is a sensory journey into the mesmerizing world of trance and ecstasy that binds dancers from Manhattan to Morocco. Filmmakers...

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Drop City

A story of whimsical innovation and the drive to create a new civilization on the scrapheap of a wasteful society.

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Finding Babel

Isaac Babel's writings are subversive masterpieces, challenging the ideology of the early Soviet Union, and resulting in his arrest and execution...

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Footsteps in Africa: A Nomadic Journey

Director Kathi von Koerber has created a visual love letter to the nomadic Tuareg people's way of life. Following a community in perpetual motion,...

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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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Just to Get a Rep

More than thirty years ago, the youth of New York’s neglected neighborhoods started a revolution by spray-painting their names on subway trains....

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The Man Who Shot Hollywood

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

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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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Portrait of Wally

The story of a Nazi-looted painting, Egon Schiele's “Portrait of Wally,” that was discovered on the walls of the Museum of Modern Art in...

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Projecting the Body

Projecting the Body is an intimate look at Stephen Cummins’ life and career, bringing together his film and photographic work, rare home movies...

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Quality Balls: The David Steinberg Story

David Steinberg’s incredible career influenced a generation and now, after 25 years, he returns to the stage in this exceptional biography....

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Revolucion: Five Visions

REVOLUCION: FIVE VISIONS reframes the Cuban revolution through the art of photography, focusing on the personal stories of five Cuban photographers...

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Revolution OS

For the past two decades, a loosely organized group of computer hackers, neo-communists and entrepreneurs has led the charge in a technological...

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Rubber Tramps

"Rubber Tramps" takes a glimpse into the lives of a few brave people who have discarded today's standards of society to live life as they see...

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Torah Treasures and Curious Trash

Jo Milgrom's outsider art mixes Torah and trash.

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Underfire: The Untold Story of PFC. Tony Vaccaro

The film chronicles the life and vision of Tony Vaccaro, revealing the sheer difficulty of survival while taking photos in a war zone.

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Unmade in China

Unmade in China – follows the experience of a Los Angeles filmmaker who finds himself in Xiamen, China trying to direct a thriller, in Chinese,...

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Vitch

A daughter tells the controversial choices that her father, a Jewish artist from Poland, made in order to survive the Holocaust.

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White Walls Say Nothing

In Buenos Aires, resistance is a work of art.

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