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Deconstructing Dad opens at NYC's Quad Cinema on July 13, 2012! Get your tickets before this one-week-only run sells out! scottdoc.com

Liana Finck's Bintel Brief - originally in Yiddish in the Forvitz, and without all the pictures!

What do our synagogues say about our communities? bit.ly/JrTW8D

Pastrami Burritos! All part of the hybrid culture and history that Six Points Fellow Paul Ratner is discovering through www.mosesonthemes...

Jeff and Alina Bliumis in new group exhibition FOREIGN BODIES at Barbur in Jerusalem.

Alina and Jeff Bliumis present "Casual Conversations" at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia

Study Gaga with the co-founders of LeeSaar!

Introducing the new Agents of Change Film Fund. With your help, we can continue selecting the best films that enthrall audiences, start conversations, and catalyze social change.

The Lullaby Project by Six Points Fellow Hadassa Goldvicht - now on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. cultureshuk.com/...

Hanan Harchol's Passover animation. Be sure to check out jewishfoodforthou... for all his brilliant animations.

Weird. Can't imagine if this were actually made.

Le Chat Du Rabbin (The Rabbi's Cat) Trailer!

Kehinde WIley's 'The World Stage: Israel' On View At The Jewish Museum

The Rabbi's Cat by Joann Sfar, subject of the Kroll Film Fund winner "Joann Sfar Draws from Memory" by Sam Ball & www.citizenfilm.org

Ohad Naharin & Batsheva: world-renowned Israeli export

New community center for Jewish arts, culture, and life in Brooklyn! www.moishehousedu...

New Jewish Fiction! Winner of the 2012 Goldberg Prize - sci-fi-historical-fiction-drama-comedy-thriller

Six Points Fellow Judd Greenstein's Ecstatic Music Festival (www.sixpointsfell...)

Mark Podwal, recipient of the Jewish Cultural Achievement Award, at Forum Gallery in NYC

Ra'anan Alexandrowicz, director of critically acclaimed film "The Law in These Parts," funded by the Foundation for Jewish Culture