From 'Meet the Fockers' to 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' Hollywood has long fed cinephiles caricatures of Jews. When will it start portraying real, modern, observant Jews?
Daniel Ross Goodman
Daniel Ross Goodman is a rabbinical student at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah in New York, where he is editor in chief of “Milin Havivin,” YCT’s Jewish Studies journal. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Yeshiva University, and graduated as valedictorian of Yeshiva University’s Beit Medrash Program of Jewish Studies. He holds a law degree, and has lectured at the Institute of American and Talmudic Law. He is also a writer, and his articles on religion, the arts, law, and Jewish Studies have appeared in The Weekly Standard, the Journal of Religion & Film, South Texas Law Review, Moment Magazine, the Religious Studies Review, and the Harvard Divinity School Bulletin.