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A Beautiful Jazz Brunch w/ the Yaron Gershovsky Trio & Julie Eigenberg

Music

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Vocalist Julie E. co-wrote "Why Not!" and Yaron Gershovsky did the arrangement, for which the Manhattan Transfer won the 1983 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal of a Group. Click to listen.

"Summer" — SNEAK PEAK SCREENING

Film & Television

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A short film about teenage girls in a Hasidic sleep-a-way camp who, despite their efforts to maintain their purity, explore a forbidden book which leads them to a sexual awakening.

New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

Film & Television

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(Jan. 10-23) — Exploring the diversity of Jewish experience. Today: World, U.S. and New York premieres of feature films and shorts + a master class on documentary filmmaking.

New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

Film & Television

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(Jan. 10-23) — Exploring the diversity of Jewish experience. Today: New York premieres of films about escaping the Nazis, hiding in plain sight, connecting through food and military humor (new restoration). 

New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

Film & Television

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(Jan. 10-23) — Exploring the diversity of Jewish experience. Today: New York premieres of films about escaping the Nazis, hiding in plain sight, connecting through food and military humor (new restoration). 

Tamar Eisenman At City Vineyard

Music

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The indie/alternative pop-rock guitarist/singer-songwriter has opened for Jeff Beck. Growing up in Israel she was eager to create a new female voice in rock by exploring gender and cultural fluidities. Click to listen.

"My Coffee with Jewish Friends"

Film & Television

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From age 18 to 85, from greenhorn to Pulitzer-Prize winner, the film’s subjects kibitz over all manner of concern, from Israel to tight pants, gay rights, and the place of women at the Wailing Wall. Click for trailer.

Sandaraa

Music

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A magical world of Central Asian and Eastern European sounds comes alive in a short set! Superstar Pakistani vocalist Zeb Bangash joins forces with klezmer clarinet virtuoso Michael Winograd. 

Why ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is Such a Jewish Movie

New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

Film & Television

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(Jan. 10-23) —Films from around the world that explore the diversity of Jewish experience. Today: The U.S. premieres of "Praise the Lard," "The Red House," "Razzia," "The Prince and the Dybbuk" and "A Hunger Artist."

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