Review of Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ, which seeks to depict the story of Jesus as told by the Gospels.
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.
Review of Flannel Pajamas, a movie about a dysfunctional romance between an assertive Jewish man and a shy non-Jewish woman.
Review of Melissa Schorr’s Goy Crazy, a youth novel about a nice Jewish girl with a crush on her hunky non-Jewish neighbor.
Review of Questions Christians Ask the Rabbi and Understanding Your Neighbor’s Faith, two interesting but different books that give insight into different religions.
Profile of Roberto Juan Rodriguez, a Catholic Cuban who grew up among Jews who is fusing klezmer and Cuban salsa.
Review of God is Great; I’m Not, about an interfaith relationship that grows rocky when the Catholic girlfriend’s interest in Judaism grows in contrast to her Jewish boyfriend’s identity conflict and personal shame.
Review of Faithless, a film about a woman who strays from her interfaith marriage through an affair, a story evoked from the personal life story of Ingmar Bergman.
A review of Brother Born Again, a film that explores how a child brought up in a secular Jewish environment turns to Christianity after the traumatic death of his father.
Review of the Israeli film A Trumpet in the Wadi about a romance between a Christian-Arab woman and a Jewish man.