The arrival of an unexpected traveler upsets a family vacation at an Israeli seaside resort in this Sundance Grand Jury finalist.
Note: Contains strong sexual content.
The trivial tasks of everyday life around Auschwitz stand in contrast to its past horrors in this ironic meditation on preservation of places of remembrance.
Two Israeli teens on a school trip are torn between the remote events of the Holocaust and a more immediate biological attraction.
Why did the newspaper of record willfully ignore the Holocaust during the 1940s? Winner of the Student Visionary Award at the Tribeca Film Festival.
A feisty Irish girl is determined to join her friends for the sacrament of Holy Communion. The only problem is, she's Jewish.
A hectic day in the emergency room of Hadassah Hospital at Mount Scopus is shown from the standpoint of two female doctors, one Israeli, one Palestinian.