What You'll Get
Over time, film and television have proven to be the most potent forms of media when it comes to displaying sexuality -- from sensitive romance to full-throttle lust. But when you shine that bare-it-all spotlight on the portrayals of Jewish characters on screen, things get a bit more complicated. With Sex, Jews and Videotape, Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker and Senior Programmer for the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, Peter L. Stein, delivers a fun, informative and clip-filled discussion of Jewish sexuality in film and television. From tales of forbidden love in Orthodox settings -- in movies like Yenta and Eyes Wide Open -- to the numerous neurotics of Woody Allen films and the frontiers of queer sexuality on TV's Transparent, this discussion at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco's Kanbar Hall examines the countless taboos, stereotypes and pigeonholes of Jewish sex in cinema.
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