by Ilana Kendal
by Benjamin Elterman
by B.C. Wallin
A breakout character from Disney’s “The Emperor’s New Groove” is Disney’s new Jewish representative.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
Why does Frank Herbert's esoteric book continue to fascinate, generation after generation?
An exploration of the process of forgiveness, through the prism of music and Jewish wisdom.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Ian Fleming's antisemitism and other ways Jews loomed large in the world of 007.
The rock legend had a tough childhood but used music to heal himself and, ultimately, to discover the power of love.
Little known facts about the setting for the new movie musical.
by Roy Schwartz
When the Man of Steel’s Jewish creators got into a real-life feud with the Nazis.
by Ruchi Koval
This beloved series explores themes related to intimacy, mental illness and searching for your soulmate.
by Judy Gruen
The most famous Orthodox family on TV deals with intense new dramas, welcomes new family members, and grieves over losses.
by M. Rosenzweig
Why the famous jazz musician wore a Star of David.
by Rabbi Menachem Weiman
Unpacking Jewish points from the scary, provocative film.
Jewish perspectives on the afterlife, purpose, and who you really are.
by Keren Keet
The Mandalorian’s mask is a perfect symbol for today’s masked society.
by Tzvi Gluckin
For Daniel Zamir, making music is the ultimate spiritual experience.
The Umbrella Academy and Lovecraft Country trafficked in damaging anti-Jewish slurs.
The singer opens up about his music and journey of self-discovery.
Surprisingly, Seth Rogen's film gets a number of things right about Judaism and the Jewish immigrant experience.
by Marnie Winston-Macauley
The comedic genius has left his indelible fingerprints on all facets of comedy.
by Gideon Silverstone
The controversial Amazon series means well but misses the mark.
by Siân Gibby
A rock prince pays respect to his elders in the moving documentary ‘Echo in the Canyon.’
by Lee Michael Cohn
Moishe and Shirley Maisel epitomize the cultural stereotype of The American Jew: obnoxious, loud, and obsessed with money.
by Julia Malaga
Exposure to the closed, marginalized culture on the small screen made me realize how important it is to build bridges to the ultra-Orthodox.
The new film about Fred Rogers and a cynical journalist is a movie we need right now.
Award-winning director Taika Waititi skewers the banality of evil in his latest film.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
A new 6-part series is testimony to the heroic and tragic tale.
Valerie Harper created an iconic Jewish character.
A new movie highlights how the rock legend inspired a teenager to pursue his dreams, reminding me of everything I love about Springsteen’s music.
The hit movie draws on timeless Jewish values and stories.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
How could the world forget the Beatles?
The hit film delves into some meaty philosophical issues.
Moe Berg became a major league ball player and a major league spy.
by Mark Miller
Old Jews Telling Jokes is now an off Broadway production.
The Disney film tackles the conflicts of self-doubt, actualizing potential and escaping reality.
by Yona Levi
What do the Jewish People and the television show “Game of Thrones” have in common?
by Mark Papers
Captain Marvel is a superhero whose real strength comes from the inside. Just like Queen Esther.
Fans can’t get enough of this Hareidi family.
A positive Jewish twist to the acclaimed new film.
It's a despicable misrepresentation of truth.
Flawed and complex, Lee’s superheroes looked a lot like us.
The comedy group were equally offensive to all people.
by Richard Rabkin
According to Gerald Hartman, Jewish American artists used their comic books to urge America to join World War II to save their brethren in Europe.
On October 6, 1927, the day before Yom Kippur, “The Jazz Singer” electrified the audience as the first official feature-length film in sound.
A look at some memorable quotes from the most successful and prolific playwright of the 20th century.
Click here to find out if you have what it takes!