Q & A | Black, deaf, and Jewish filmmaker Eli Steele is challenging how we view race

Batya Ungar-Sargon, The Forward, 11/10/2020

When Eli Steele, who is deaf in addition to being Black and Jewish, wanted to become a filmmaker, he was joining a long line of people who refused to accept what society told them about themselves.

Zoe Kravitz Ushers In The Era Of Jewish Catwoman

Jenny Singer, The Forward, 10/15/2019

It was announced on Monday that Zoe Kravitz, the preternaturally cool actress daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz, will star opposite Robert Pattinson in Matt Reeves’ upcoming Batman movie.

Mexican Director's Jewish Theme

George Medovoy, The Jerusalem Post, 03/27/2019

Isaac Cherem, the young Mexican film director, believes that his coming-of-age film Leona might cause a “tsunami” in Mexico’s Syrian-Jewish community.

Rashida Jones, Tracee Ellis Ross and other Jews of color nominated for NAACP Image Awards

Emily Burack, Jewish Telegraph Agency, 02/14/2019

Announced on Feb. 13th, here are the nominees of The NAACP Image Awards who are also Jewish, or have a Jewish connections.

New Book: The Cat that Ate the Canoli: Tales of the Hiddens Jews of Southern Italy

Rabbi Barbara Aiello, , 07/08/2015

The Italian-American rabbi is determined to uncover the Jewish roots buried in these hills, lost through centuries of persecution and obscured by decades of misunderstanding.

Learning from Little White Lies

Lindsey Newman, Jewish&, 08/03/2014

Identity and race is something we all need to be able to talk about—even as Jews.

The 17th Annual Sephardic Jewish Film Festival

Webmast, Ny Blueprint, 03/13/2014

Great Seder Films

Maxine Springer, Moment Magazine, 03/25/2013

African Shoah Lives in "Hotel Rwanda"

David Finnigan, The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, 12/24/2004


Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times, 11/30/2000