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Tag: Jj Goldberg
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The Woody Allen Israel Project has created a mini-media frenzy. My column calling for funding to have the filmmaker shoot a film in Israel—accompanied by a crowd funding campaign on jewcer.com—went viral. The LA Times Patrick Goldstein weighed in with a particularly insightful post...