Opening day; all films and TV show episodes available for streaming through Nov. 2. Programs in seven languages, with English subtitles. Features one of actor Ed Asner’s final projects, “Tiger Within.” $15 per film, $80 individual pass, $100 household pass.
For the 100-year anniversary of the N.Y. premiere of horror classic “The Golem,” the film has been split into eight parts with new musical scores and commentaries by scholars, composers and film historians on the film’s significance, its music, Jewish history, occultism, traditions and astrology. Presented by Reboot.
Episodes 1 and 2 from a light but insightful new Israeli documentary series showcasing the diverse lifestyles and culture of U.S. Jews. Narrated in Hebrew by Israeli comedian Guri Alfi, with English subtitles. Streaming through Oct. 31. Offered by East Bay Jewish film fest and Under One Tent.
Merissa Nathan Gerson and Oakland-based astrologer and podcaster Jessica Lanyadoo discuss Gerson's new book, subtitled “A Single Woman's Guide to Grieving.” Presented by Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies at GTU and the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Panelists, including Cantor Arik Luck and someone raised in a Jewish-Muslim family, present their views on what might bring peace and reconciliation to the world. Presented by Commonwealth Club. $5, members free.
Webinar on how to recognize and address antisemitism from diversity, equity and inclusion perspectives to create supportive work environments. One panelist is the director of inclusion programs at Google. Presented by American Jewish Council, San Francisco.
Psychiatrist Jack Mates and OB/GYN Judy Mates, parents who raised five Chinese Jewish children, explain a framework parents can provide to support their multiracial children’s confidence in their Jewish identity. Under One Tent event.