1. "Sound of the Spirit" Teaser Trailer


    from Michael Wolf Added 106 0 0

    I wrote and directed this film, which is in post production now and will be released in March. It is produced by Kingdom Pictures of Indianapolis (Guy Camara producer) and the funds were raised through a 501C3, Transformation Cincinnati. I wanted to tell a story that has never been told on film; that of the trials and triumphs of a young Messianic Jewish girl who goes to live with her traditional Jewish relatives after her parents die.

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    • The Jews of Baltimore


      from Seth Golob Added 118 0 0

      A historic look at the Jews of Baltimore, from Immigration to Modern Day. Special Thanks to: Rabbi Ron Shulman Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg Hazan Emanuel C. Pearlman Sam and Barbara Lichter Miriam Golob Kyle Woody Beth Tfiloh Dahan School Chizuk Amuno Congregation Beth Tfiloh Congregation The Jewish Museum of Maryland Lloyd Street Synagogue The Jewish Community of Baltimore- Lauren Silberman Jewish Baltimore: A Family Album- Gilbert Sandler On Three Pillars: The History of Chizuk Amuno Congregation- Jan B. Schein Music Credit: Schindlers List Soundtrack-Jewish Town (Krakow Ghetto-Winter 41) OST by Phil Poling Haven't Met You Yet- Michael Buble, Preformed by BT A Capella Pinnacle Studio 15-Ultimate HD Pro Filmed, Edited, Directed and Narrated by Seth Golob

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      • From the heart of Odessa


        from AS FILM Added

        Alec Kopyt, a musician from Amsterdam returns to Moldavanka - the former Jewish neighbourhood of Odessa - his place of birth and the cradle of old-time Russian Mafia songs (Blatnyak). He is looking for musicians to play together these songs in the restaurant of an old friend. While strolling along the picturesque yards of the ruinous slums, we meet colourful Odesits who resemble the ancient heroes of the street songs we hear. A touching portrait of a neibourhood, its music and performers.

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        • TATTOO JEW Trailer


          from Andy Abrams Added 162 3 1

          Jewish people are not allowed to have tattoos. It is forbidden. The Torah is widely interpreted to prohibit tattooing when it states, "You shall not mark your flesh for the dead, nor incise any marks on yourselves: I am the LORD." For a Jewish person, getting a Jewish tattoo is an act rooted in conflict. There is the disapproval of family and community, there are the religious prohibitions, and there is the powerful deterrent of the Holocaust as a cultural memory. There is also the popular myth that a Jewish person with a tattoo may not be buried in a Jewish cemetery. Tattoo Jew explores a controversial Jewish subculture never before studied, where individuals use the forbidden practice of getting inked as an unexpected way to connect with their Jewish identity. They have embraced a new way of expressing their roots, boldly displaying their love of Judaism written or drawn directly on their bodies. They turn tradition upside down while still displaying a profound respect for religion, history and culture. This new and growing expression of Jewish identity is an act of defiance and yet also an act of pride. Tattoo Jew offers insight into complex issues of identity that are familiar to everyone, regardless of religion. The film answers questions that are meaningful to all of us. These are stories about people who want to hold onto their individuality regardless of the expectations of conformity. They need to shake things up and to feel unique. They want to resist assimilation and stand strong in the face of bigotry. They feel like outsiders but they are looking for a sense of belonging. Ultimately, it is a bold statement for a Jewish person to get inked with words and symbols expressing Jewish heritage. Their tattoos are dramatic, often purposefully so. The interview subjects in Tattoo Jew have struggled emotionally and put a great deal of thought into getting tattoos in the context of so much controversy and opposition. Yet, in the end, they have chosen to wear their identity for the whole world to see, permanently etched in ink upon their skin.

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          • The Christmas Star Part Two


            from Cornerstone Fellowship Added 69 0 0

            Who exactly were the Magi and where did they come from?

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            • Shlomo & Melissa


              from Needleman Productions Added 783 3 0

              This is a first production by Matt Needleman Productions. This wedding was so much fun and everyone had so much energy that I felt like I was just another guest. Mazel Tov to the Chosson & Kallah. Check out other wedding videos and more at www.mattneedleman.com

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              • Chametz: The Search is On!


                from Big Bit Productions Added

                After Effects sample advertising a new board game from www.hazakah.com that plays like a Jewish version of "Clue."

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                • Behold, Christ Our Great High Priest


                  from preachingtheword Added 18 0 0

                  Hebrews 7:1-25

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                  • Occupy Rabbi


                    from Rafael Shimunov Added 159 0 0

                    A Rabbi found me as I was setting up to document the Muslim Solidarity march at OWS.

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                    • Untitled


                      from Lisa Turner Added 4 0 0

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