‘Tribe’ Tops iTunes by the Forward

‘Tribe’ Tops iTunes

Just months after winning awards and garnering critical acclaim at film festivals, “The Tribe,” a documentary on what it means to be Jewish in the 21st-century has moved to #1 on the iTunes top-selling short films list.

The 18-minute film chronicles the modern Jewish American experience through archival footage, graphics and animation and is downloadable from the iTunes Store for $1.99.


‘Tribe’ Tops iTunes

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