Lights! Camera! The Jewish experience on film!
This month's New York Jewish Film Festival covers subjects as diverse as Amy Winehouse and the first-ever female rabbi.
NEW YORK – Last July, the Jewish Museum London launched an original exhibition titled “Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait,” using the world-famous pop star who died at the age of 27 as an example of how cutting edge, chic and popular 21st-century Judaism can be. While some critiqued this initiative as nothing more than a marketing gimmick, it became one of the most visited...
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