“Woman in Gold”—by Richard Rosen

“Woman in Gold” is an important motion picture, which some reviewers are selling short. A plot driven movie that brings to life aspects of the holocaust ought to survive, to be seen by future generations. Documentaries don’t get much attention when first released, and don’t attract viewers generations later. Creating a movie that will have Read the full article…

Pesach 2015—by Doug Gallant

To quote the Passover Hagaddah: “In every generation each individual is bound to regard himself as if he had gone personally forth from Egypt.” At Passover Seders each year, we recite these timeless instructions to regard ourselves as having personally lived through these events of the Exodus. The Seder itself is designed to help us Read the full article…