A conversation with award-winning filmmaker Vanessa Lapa on her new documentary Speer Goes To Hollywood, about a high-ranking Nazi leader trying to whitewash his legacy.

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Eric Goldman speaks with Evgeny Ruman, director of the film Golden Voices, about two immigrants making aliyah to Israel in 1990 from the USSR and trying to find their place in Israeli society after taking jobs as Russian overdub artists.

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Eric Goldman sits with director Jonathan Gruber about “Upheaval,” his new documentary detailing the life of the iconic former Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin.

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Shira Haas, award-winning Israeli actress and star of “Shtisel” and “Unorthodox” is joined by writer-director Ruthy Pribar to discuss “ASIA,” their new film that tells the universal and timeless story of maternal love and loss. With Eric Goldman.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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The creative team of director François Girard, producer Robert Lantos, and three-time Oscar winning composer Howard Shore discuss their feature film “The Song of Names” about a Polish child-prodigy violinist during the Holocaust. With Eric Goldman.

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Barak Heymann, director of the 2019 documentary “Comrade Dov,” explains how his chronicles the life and times of controversial Israeli Member of Knesset Dov Khenin, an avowed communist who passed over 100 bills in the Knesset. With Eric Goldman.

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Film director Shani Rozanes discuss her documentary on the life of Golda Meir, which includes a never-before-seen off the record TV interview with Golda in the 1970’s discovered in the Israel Archives. On Jewish Cinematheque with Eric Goldman.

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