The Hub

Not sure what to watch while physically distancing? Need a resource on how to support local artists? Want to receive exclusive offers? Browse The Hub for JxJ’s curated and regularly updated aggregator of the many virtual ways to stay connected and clued in.

JxJ News

I left the Satmar Hasidic community. ‘Unorthodox’ is a grossly inaccurate depiction of that world
Not everyone is smitten with the new Netflix show.

Read more from The Forward.

10cc’s Graham Gouldman: Hanging out with Ringo
Graham Gouldman, songwriter and musician has a new album out.

Read more from The JC.

Influential Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki remembered for promoting ‘cultural dialogue’ between Poland and Israel
Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki died Sunday at 86 in Krakow, Poland, and was remembered by the Israeli embassy in Warsaw.

Read more from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

Netflix’s ‘Unorthodox’ Is Yiddish, feminist and just what we need now
Lior Zaltzman praises the new miniseries as “reverent and beautiful television.”

Read more from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

Klezmer virtuoso Andy Statman recovering from coronavirus
69 year-old Klezmer and bluegrass virtuoson Andy Statman and his wife have apparently been infected.

Read more from The Forward.

How to watch SXSW 2020 shorts
Mailchimp and Oscilloscope Laboratories bring SXSW 2020 shorts to viewers for free.

Read more here.

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What to Watch

As we all get used to spending some extra time at home, our Artistic and Managing Director Ilya Tovbis has some recommendations for Jewish Films, TV shows, and a comedy special you can stream while Cafritz Hall is closed. Tag us on social media to let us know what you’re watching @JxJFest on Facebook and Twitter!

Note that much of the following content is available on platforms that require accounts or registration. We will endeavor to keep this page as updated as possible, but be aware that film and TV streaming rights and exhibition change regularly. If you believe some of these titles are no longer available, or there are others we missed, please email info@jxjdc.org.