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HINEINI (Hebrew for 'Here I am') chronicles the story of one student's courageous fight to establish a gay-straight alliance at a Jewish high school in the Boston area and the transformative impact of her campaign on her entire community.
Silent film. This delightful comedy opens as Morris Brown, a New Yorker better acquainted with his checkbook than his prayerbook, returns to Galicia with his very American daughter, Mollie (Molly Picon) for a family wedding.
Famous cantors from the 1930s to 1950s, such as cantors Mordechai Hershman, Adolph Katchko, Moshe Koussevitsky, Moishe Oysher, David Roitman, Yossels Rosenblatt, Joseph Shlisky, Gershon Sirota & Leibele Waldman.
Chasidic Reggae vocalist Matisyahu’s first live album, recorded February, 2005.
In April of 2005 a fresh voice announced his arrival on the international stage with a stunningly inventive document titled Live at Stubb’s.
The Jewish Basketball Hall of Fame is the most complete action history of the legendary Jewish basketball heroes of the twentieth century. Over 30 players brought to the screen in all their glory, together for the first time.
Molly Picon is Khavtshi, the youngest daughter of a widower, who is left with the responsibility of tending house for a helpless and indifferent family of seven. As such, she becomes the "mamele," their "little mother.
This Yiddish feature film musical drama marks the screen debut of singer and cantor Moishe Oysher (Overture to Glory and The Singing Blacksmith).