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  • A Moment with... Ruth Prawler Jhabvala

    By Nonna Gorilovskaya

    Interview with Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, the Jewish screenwriter of Howards End and A Room with a View, who fled the Nazis and is married to an Indian Parsi architect.

    Date: 10-26-2006
  • Filmmaking and Identity

    By Sam Ball

    A review about New Jewish Filmmaking Project that helps teenage Jews explore their religious identity.

    Date: 06-07-2007
  • Is Jewishness a Factor for NBC's Jewish "Average Joe"?

    By E.B. Solomont

    Review of Average Joe: Adam Returns, about a pool of women vying to win over a Jewish bachelor.

    Date: 02-15-2007
  • Meet the Man Who Gave Film Audiences The Fockers

    By Max Gross

    Profile of Jewish screenwriter John Hamburg who wrote Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers, and Along Came Polly, and who is currently in an interfaith relationship.

    Date: 02-20-2007
  • Interfaith Celebrities: I Love You, Man

    By Nate Bloom

    Our celebrity columnist loves the new schlub comedies of Judd Apatow and John Hamburg, and is surprised that Lindsay Lohan seems interested in conversion to Judaism.

    Date: 03-16-2009
  • Interfaith Celebrities: HOF, PEDs and ER

    By Nate Bloom

    Nate Bloom's column on celebrities with interfaith connections looks at Madonna, Shia LaBeouf (again!), Julianna Margulies and Scott Schoeneweis.

    Date: 12-21-2007
  • Late Marriage: A Review

    By Ronnie Friedland

    Review of Late Marriage, a film by Dover Kosashvili, which explores relationships between men and women, parents and children, and Georgian and Algerian Jews in Israel.

    Date: 02-13-2007
  • Singing the Jewish Gospel: A Profile of Mare Winningham

    By Curt Schleier

    Profile of Mare Winningham, actress best-known for her role in St. Elmo’s Fire, singer and Jew-by-choice.

    Date: 08-13-2007
  • Interfaith Storyline on "Guiding Light"

    By Paulette Cohn

    Review of Guiding Light, a daytime drama that tells the ongoing story of a pair of interfaith lovers--a Jewish woman and a non-Jewish man.

    Date: 02-15-2007
  • In Europe, Passion Is Panned--but Still Breaks Box-Office Records

    By Ruth Gruber

    Reprinted news article about the film The Passion of the Christ and how it was received by different groups in various European countries. 

    Date: 07-20-2006

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