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Training could be provided through the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJF, 2010) and the Court Improvement Project (CIP, 2010).
Hoberman calls Yiddish cinema "the child of the Yiddish stage," since the cinema adapted not only the scripts and storylines of Yiddish theater, but also its actors, writers, themes and conventions.(17) Today, due to efforts of the National Center for Jewish Film (NCJF) at Brandeis University, dozens of Yiddish films are available on videocassette, and these films provide valuable insights into the ways in which the Yiddish cinema represented some of the same issues raised in both Miron's and Sandrow's histories.
I had a chance to look at three U.S.-made Yiddish films from the NCJF collection: Sidney Goldin and Aubrey Scotto's Uncle Moses (1932), Edgar Ulmer's American Matchmaker (1940), and Joseph Seiden's God, Man, and Devil (1949).