Rabbi Stan Levin


Movies of Jewish Interest

I have an undergraduate degree in Dramatic Literature, Theatre History and Cinema from New York University, and I  frequently give lectures on the Jewish Image in Film.  The following is a list that I put together in response to audience requests for recommendations on movies of or about Jewish themes and characters.  

Annie Hall
Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, The
Band's Visit, The
Biloxi Blues
Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi
Boy in the Striped Pajamas, The
Boys From Brazil, The
Brighton Beach Memoirs
Broadway Danny Rose
Cast a Giant Shadow
Chariots of Fire
Chosen, The
Come Blow Your Horn
Counterfeiters, The
Crossing Delancey
David and Bathsheba
Debt, The
Diary of Anne Frank, The
Dirty Dancing
Driving Miss Daisy
Dybbuk, The
Enemies: A Love Story
Fiddler on the Roof
Fixer, The
Funny Girl/ Funny Lady
Frisco Kid, The
Flirting with Disaster
Gentleman's Agreement
Golem, The

Goodbye Columbus
Great Dictator, The
Hester Street
Inglourious Basterds
Jakob the Liar
Jazz Singer, The
Keeping the Faith
Keeping Up With the Steins
Kissing Jessica Stein
Liberty Heights
Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, The
Life is Beautiful
Lost In Yonkers
Majority of One, A
Marathon Man


Marjorie Morningstar
Meet the Fockers
My Favorite Year
Once Upon a Time in America
Pawnbroker, The
Paper Clips
Pianist, The
Praying with Lior
Price Above Rubies
Prince of Egypt, The
Private Benjamin
Producers, The
Rafle, La (The Roundup)
Radio Days

Royal Tenenbaums, The
Samson and Delilah
Sarah's Key
Schindler's List
Serious Man, A
Sheila Levine is Dead and Living in New York

Sophie's Choice
Story of Ruth, The
Stranger Among Us
Ten Commandments, The
To Be or Not To Be
Torch Song Trilogy
Two of Us, The
Ushpizin (Guests)
Voyage of the Damned
Walk on Water
Woman in Gold
Yidl Mitn Fidl (Yiddle with a Fiddle)
Yoo-Hoo Mrs. Goldberg
 I  conducted the Film Study Course for the Brandeis University National Women's Committee for 19 years, and I teach film history for Johns Hopkins Osher Learning and Living Institute.  I co-hosted a cable TV show called "The Screening Room" with Robin Levien and I was a nationally syndicated film critic for Tribune Broadcasting.