Eric Goldman is joined by actress Lainie Kazan, her costars, and the director of “Tango Shalom,” the heartfelt family comedy/dance movie that explores family, religious beliefs and the concept of the “other” one dazzling dance step at a time.

Read more

Filmmakers Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker discuss their film, The Meaning Of Hitler, which explores what Hitler means in the current waves of white supremacy, antisemitism and the weaponization of history. On Eric Goldman’s Jewish Cinematheque.

Read more

Eric Goldman interviews filmmaker Keith Thomas and lead actor Dave Davis, the creative forces behind the new Jewish-themed horror movie, “The Vigil.” Based on the Jewish ritual of keeping “vigil”.

Read more

Join Eric Goldman as he sits down with first-time director Dan Friedkin who helmed the critically-acclaimed drama, “The Last Vermeer.” 

Read more

Israeli/American star of stage, screen and television, Mike Burstyn discusses his movie-directing debut Azimuth, about an Israeli soldier and Egyptian soldier in conflict after the Six Day War. With Eric Goldman.

Read more

Israeli director and actor Gur Bentwich and Israeli actor Alon Abutbul discuss Bentwich’s award-winning film “Peaches and Cream” — about a director trying to rescue his failed movie. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman on JBS’s Jewish Cinematheque.

Read more

Israeli director Anat Goren discusses her four-part TV series chronicles the story of Israeli military hero Gen. Moshe Dayan and the nuclear and extended family that surrounded him.  With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman. 

Read more

Israeli Academy Award Winning fiction & documentary filmmaker Dani Menkin discusses his film “Aulcie” about an African American basketball player from Harlem, Aulcie Perry, who led Maccabi Tel Aviv to its first European Championed. With Eric Goldman.

Read more

Israeli director Yaron Zilberman discuss his film, Incitement, story of the assassination of Yitzchak Rabin through the eyes of the murderer, Yigal Amir. With Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman on the JBS original series “Jewish Cinematheque.”

Read more

Documentarian Roberta Grossman discusses her will “Who Will Write Our History?” which tells the story of the Oyneg Shabes Archive which recorded Jewish life in the Warsaw Ghetto. Jewish Cinematheque with Jewish film scholar Eric Goldman.

Read more