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German film director Fritz Lang at work on his film 'Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler' (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

General Sources:

  • Jerusalem Cinematheque - Israel Film Archive is a local, national and international resource dedicated to promoting the art of cinema and the preservation and study of film.
  • National Center for Jewish Film - The National Center for Jewish Film (NCJF) is a unique nonprofit motion picture archive, distributor and resource center housing the largest, most comprehensive collection of Jewish-themed film and video in the world.
  • Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive - The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive was founded in the late 1960s by Professor Moshe Davis and other historians of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The Archive engages in many types of activities. Among these are lectures, film research, preservation of films in danger of decay, distribution, and digitization and accessibility. The Archive serves a wide audience: film producers and directors, researchers, educational purposes - students, lecturers at the university, schools, cultural centers, old age homes, and the general public interested in Zionism.
  • Arts and Music - Films on Jewish-related art, music, and humanities.
  • Holocaust Film Resources - Narrative films and documentaries on the Holocaust from around the world.
  • Israel on Screen - Film and video produced in or about Israel.
  • Sephardic Films - Film and video with Sephardic themes.
  • Silent Films - Pre-sound era Eastern European and American films with a distinct theatrical heritage which later paved the way for the Yiddish film era.
  • Yiddish Films - The only resource for Yiddish films with English subtitles 

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