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Land of No Mercy
By Rae Binstock
A century apart, close enough to touch, two couples inhabit the same cramped apartment. Their lives twist together in a collage of languages and loss.
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by Adi Eshman
On the last night of Jewish summer camp, a boys’ cabin holds a trial to decide the fate of their friend: is Levine gay… or not?
The Shabbos Goy
by Cary Gitter
A Jewish-themed New York romantic comedy about an unlikely relationship between an Orthodox Jewish man and a non-Jewish woman.
A Candle for the Last
by Neil Goldman
A representative from a Holocaust Remembrance organization tries to obtain a testimonial from the last living Holocaust survivor, who is mysteriously reluctant to tell his story.
By Lawrence Goodman
When Hannah returns from college, she has news for her parents -- she's turned anti-Zionist. By turns funny and tragic, Heresy explores what American Jews owe Israel.
Dox Modern Middle
by Megan Pope
Raphaela, a young modern-orthodox American Jew, is sent to Israel to heal. But what kind of healing? And how?
by Zohar Tirosh-Polk
Three generations of an Israeli family struggle with inheritance, family and the personal parts of the political.
In Every Generation
by Ali Viterbi
The Levi-Katz family celebrates Passover again and again (and again and again). As they repeatedly reenact the Exodus, they ask themselves: must we define ourselves through trauma? Will we ever be free? And why is this night different from all other nights?