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2009 Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Pinhas

$7.95 | 30 minutes

Pinhas & his mother are new immigrants from Russia. His mother barely makes a living working night shifts, she devotes her spare time to the affair she has with a married man. On the third floor lives a religious family, Pinhas is drawn to the warmth and unity that characterize this family there he meets a girl his age, and her older&hellip…

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2007 Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Orthodox Stance

$24.95 | 82 minutes

A NY TIMES Critic's Pick! For the last 60 years, the term "Jewish boxer" has been an oxymoron. But Dmitriy Salita, a 25 year-old Russian immigrant is making history as a top professional boxer and a rigorously observant Jew. While providing an intimate, 3-year long look at the trials and tribulations faced by an up and coming professional&hellip&hellip…

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2004 Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Watermarks

$23.95 | 77 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish&hellip…

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2003 Washington Jewish Film Festival

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Paper Clips

$15.95 | 84 minutes

Audience Award, Best Documentary

Whitwell, TN is a small, rural community of less than two thousand people nestled in the mountains of Tennessee. Its citizens are almost exclusively white and Christian. In 1998, the children of Whitwell Middle School took on an inspiring project, launched out of their principal's desire to help&hellip…

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