“Kosher Movies” is a project produced by Rabbi Herbert J. Cohen.
Rabbi Herbert J. Cohen, ordained at Yeshiva University, served as a synagogue rabbi and high school principal for over three decades. He received a PhD in English Literature from Georgia State University, an MA in English from Hunter College of the City University of New York, an MS in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University, and a BA in History and English from Yeshiva University. He is the author of several books including Kosher Movies: A Film Critic Discovers Life Lessons at the Cinema, Volumes 1 and 2, The One of Us: A Life in Jewish Education, Texas Torah, Kosher Parenting and Walking in Two Worlds: Visioning Torah Concepts in Secular Worlds. His column, “Kosher Movies,” has appeared in newspapers in Atlanta, Toronto, and Denver. Rabbi Cohen also blogs regularly in The Times of Israel and occasionally in the Religion Section of The Huffington Post on the intersection of film and faith.
Rabbi Cohen resides in Israel with his wife Meryl and can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wonderful insight into this movie.
Dear Rabbi, I am the Filmmaker behind The Lost Key, an award-winning documentary on the subject of intimacy. The film is endorsed by leading orthodox Rabbis, and at the same time has reached successfully a secular audience, both Jewish and non-Jewish, garnering positive reviews from several film critics. We’d love to be featured on your website. More info: http://www.thelostkey.com, thank you, Ricardo Adler
I am pleased to view it, but I cannot guarantee that I will review on the website. If you would like to send me the DVD, you can send it to my daughter, Rachel Benstein, at the following address: 800 Vine St. Lakewood, NJ 08701.
I have been travelling. Have you sent the video?
Rabbi Cohen watching your show and you have my favorite teams (Go Steelers!) hat on. How did you become a Steeler fan?
Hi Mort – I got the hat on sale and I am a fan of the old Steelers with Terry Bradshaw and Lynn Swan.
Thanks for watching. It would be appreciated if you told JBSTV that you enjoyed my show. Happy Chanukah.