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Here are some of the highlights from Israel’s history at the Oscars through the decades.
In case you didn’t get to attend this year, here’s a wrap-up of three films that stood out, each chosen for their unique take on Jewish stories.
2024’s Gretchen is still a mean girl for sure, but she — and her Jewishness — feel left behind by a film that largely triumphs in every other way.
Chalamet is the perfect choice for a character who has a positive attitude no matter what and learns to overcome obstacles in his way.
What The Hallmark Channel’s “Round and Round” lacks in originality, it partially makes up for with the actors’ fine performances.
“Representation is everything, and seeing yourself on screen — no matter your race, religion, or ethnicity — is always empowering,” Dutton said.
Martin said he hoped the film would lead viewers to “reassess Golda and see more of the complexity” of what happened in the Yom Kippur War.
“You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah” highlights that while the ceremony is a milestone, it doesn’t dictate one’s destiny.
Before you get swept into the hot pink magic of the “Barbie” movie, get to know her lesser-known Jewish roots.

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