How World War II U.S. 'Propaganda' Films Painted an Idyllic America

A documentary gem at the Jewish Film Festival is Peter Miller’s “Movies in Wartime: Projections of America,” the behind-the scenes narrative about the dramatic U.S. “propaganda” films made 70 years ago by Oscar-winning screenwriter Robert Riskin, whose mission was to show WWII-liberated Europeans what America and Americans were really like.

Jewish 'Carmen Sandiego' Theme Writer Sues Rand Paul Over Marco Rubio Ad

Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? Why in a Rand Paul attack ad targeting Marco Rubio, that’s where.

Gush Etzion Women Find Respite From Terror Through Theater

Following the deaths of Dafna Meir and Shlomit Krigman, one woman finds strength performing in a theater troupe for and by women of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc.

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