A holiday that overturns the social order may be a great opportunity to build community and teach children to trust themselves.
Zwick discusses his relationship to Jewish identity in his parenting and in filmmaking.
Review of New American Judaism, Rabbi Arthur Blecher’s manifesto criticizing the current model of Judaism–and arguing for a new one to take its place.
A new movie features a strongly Jewish female protagonist falling in love with a very cool boy who isn’t Jewish.
I have rarely seen a film get so many subtle Jewish cultural details just right: the pot roast at dinner, the goofy candle-lighting at a bar mitzvah reception, even the smell of mothballs in Leonard’s parents’ apartment.
Our reviewer finds pleasure in Defiance, a film based on the true story of Jews who resisted the Nazis, in spite of its limitations.
The latest Adam Sandler movie features an interfaith relationship and jokes that are actually funny.
News article on Jewish newspapers’ policies on publishing interfaith wedding announcements.
Op-ed arguing that several recent studies show that intermarriage is an opportunity for, not a threat to, Jewish population growth.
A history of InterfaithFamily.com, from its start as an online magazine in 1998 to its development into a politically active, growing non-profit in 2007, on the occasion of the magazine’s 200th issue.