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Jewcy Interviews: Serena Dykman

Jewcy Interviews: Serena Dykman
By October 19, 2016

The director talks about her new Holocaust film, ‘Nana: A Transgenerational Documentary on Tolerance.’ Read More

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Jewcy Interview: Filmmaker Jesse Sweet

Jewcy Interview: Filmmaker Jesse Sweet
By August 23, 2016

A conversation with the man who is currently working to finish his eye-opening documentary about Kiryas Joel, the Satmar community in the Hudson Valley. Read More

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Jewcy Interview: ‘Soon By You’

Jewcy Interview: ‘Soon By You’
By June 1, 2016

A chat with the creative team behind the new web series about the Modern Orthodox dating scene in New York City. Read More

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Jewish Authors Land on the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2014

Jewish Authors Land on the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2014
By December 2, 2014

And we’ve got interviews with some of them right here on Jewcy. Read More

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Actor Shane Baker on Translating ‘Waiting for Godot’ into Yiddish

Actor Shane Baker on Translating ‘Waiting for Godot’ into Yiddish
By September 18, 2014

“A yid lebt mit bitokhn (a Jew lives with hope). For me, Beckett is all about hope.” Read More

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Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles

Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles
By July 10, 2014

On his latest album “The Ambassador,” the 33-year-old musician transcends musical genres, with L.A. as his muse. Read More

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“Fun” Guitarist Jack Antonoff Has a Jewish Punim and a Big, Big Heart

“Fun” Guitarist Jack Antonoff Has a Jewish Punim and a Big, Big Heart
By June 19, 2014

The singer-songwriter talks about the death of his sister, making music, and dating Lena Dunham. Read More

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Leonard Nimoy on the Jewish Story Behind the Vulcan Salute

Leonard Nimoy on the Jewish Story Behind the Vulcan Salute
By February 25, 2014

“I saw them with their hands stuck out from beneath the tallit… I had no idea what was going on, but the sound of it and the look of it was magical.” Read More

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