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A Kabbalistic understanding
“Lights . . . Camera . . . Action!” As the viewer sits mesmerized, his eyes glued to the screen, he is transferred from the reality of his own gray...
Taking Filmmaking In A New Direction
Asher Lev certainly wouldn't believe it- but women of all backgrounds are embracing this Orthodox filmmaker and her vision...
With an all-female cast, save for three parts played by men, "A Light for Greytowers" will be shown to only female audiences. It tells the story of a Jewish girl who fights an orphanage to be able to practice her religion.
Eliot Sovronsky is a videographer who was commissioned to film the Rebbe’s farbrengens in the 1970s. He was very pleased to hear that the Rebbe appreciated his concern for the Rebbetzin, the Rebbe’s wife, to be able to view the farbrengens on video.
In the late 1980s, Rabbi Shlomo Schwartz was a Chabad emissary in Los Angeles, California. He recalls having a great idea to pitch to producers in Hollywood. It was just after Rabbi Yitzchak Kogan got out of the Soviet Union, and writing a script about hi...
Individuals involved in the film-making business visit the Rebbe. The Rebbe encourages them to use their platform for good. (Collage)
He screeched to a stop and turned to look back. He saw the edge of the cliff far behind him, and began to realize that he was in major trouble. He slowly looked down and only then, when it was clear to him that he was standing on thin air, did he fall...
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