Film/Video | Conversation To some, Gloria Allred is a shrill feminist prone to tawdry theatrics; to others she's the most effective and fearless women's rights attorney in America. In this intimate, warts-and-all documentary, one thing is certain: Allred's 40-year devotion to asserting, protecting and expanding the rights of women is unwavering and her influence unassailable.… Read More LA Jewish Film Festival: Seeing Allred
Theater | Music In the early eighth century BCE, the Neo-Assyrian Empire conquered the Northern Kingdom of Israel, from whence it has been said that ten of the twelve ancient tribes of Israel were deported and assimilated. These tribes are now lost to history, with a variety of folktales, legends, and theories about their fates… Read More theatre dybbuk: Lost Tribes
Music | Art "One of the most astonishing, deep & soulful music experiences in recent memory." —KCET Opium Moon is Kama Sutra music... a sensual and groovy collaboration of master musicians Lili Haydn on Violin/Voice, Hamid Saeidi on Santoor (Persian hammered dulcimer) and voice, MB Gordy on ancient percussion, and Itai Disraeli on fretless bass.… Read More Opium Moon w/ Norton Wisdom
Film/Video | Conversation "Everybody Loves Raymond" creator Phil Rosenthal travels the globe to take in the local cuisine and culture of Bangkok, Lisbon, Mexico City and more. On March 11th, Temple Israel of Hollywood will screen and celebrate the Tel Aviv episode of the new Netflix hit series with its creator, Phil Rosenthal. Somebody Feed… Read More Somebody Feed Phil
Igael Gurin Malous: Theoretically Bereft February 1 – June 1, 2018 Works and sounds from the Tefila (Prayer), the Talmud, the Midrash, the Bible or Philosophy evoke many ideas and images, but most importantly they ask us questions about ourselves and our world. Igael Gurin Malous is a artist, photographer and TIOH congregant.
Theater Internationally renowned theater artist Lisa Wolpe has played more of the Bard's male roles than any woman in history, always to superlative reviews. In Shakespeare and the Alchemy of Gender she performs Romeo, Hamlet, Richard III, Shylock and more, while exploring her growing awareness of her father’s life as a WWII war hero and… Read More Lisa Wolpe: Shakespeare and the Alchemy of Gender
Music Experience a spellbinding night of elegant, soulful music from two world-renowned virtuosos, Malian kora master Ballaké Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal. Drawing from the ancient well of West African troubadour songs, the rich heritage of Baroque music, and an elusive, but somehow clearly modern sensibility, the unexpected, expressive duo have created a unique… Read More Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal
Erik Voake: Water August 21, 2017 – January 12, 2018 “Everybody has their good fight, one they believe in and one that they will make a difference in but the one fight we all share is this planet and its resources.” Erik Voake is a filmmaker and photographer. He and his wife Jenni and their two… Read More Erik Voake: Water