The Long Ride

Upcoming screening

Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations, Ithaca, NY

March 20, 2017            

The Long Ride is a timely new feature-length (77 minutes) documentary about the historic 2003 Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride that sparked the new Civil Rights Movement for immigrant workers in the United States. Alarmed by increasing workplace abuses, more than 900 immigrants and allies traveled across America to focus public attention on the plight of immigrant workers and call for reform of the broken immigration system. They were inspired by the 1961 Civil Rights Movement Freedom Riders who risked their lives fighting to end segregation. The film chronicles their journey and the on-going fight for immigrant rights to this day.

Shalom Ireland is a one-hour documentary about Ireland's remarkable, yet little known Jewish community.  The one hour film chronicles the history of Irish Jewry while celebrating the unique culture created by blending Irish and Jewish traditions.  From gun running for the Irish Republican Army during Ireland's War of Independence to smuggling fellow Jews escaping from the Holocaust into Palestine, Shalom Ireland tells the untold story of how Irish Jews participated in the creation and development of both Ireland and Israel.  The film aired on RTÉ, Ireland's national public broadcaster, and has screened at more than a hundred film festivals, community centers, universities and synagogues around the world. 

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The Story of Jacob and Fanny Lappin, whose marriage was the first Jewish Wedding in Waterford, Ireland, 

and the inspiration for Shalom Ireland is featured in the 

Representations of Jews in Irish Literature Exhibition

​Waterford Institution of Technology

Feb. 1-28, 2017

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Social issue documentary films that build cross cultural bridges