Waltham, MA : National Center for Jewish Film, [c2006]
Video — 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
"NEMT is a film about the identitiy and universality of Yiddish culture. As one of the filmmakers returns to her native Lithuania as the film attempts to find clues to a history that was interrupted, first when part of her family was murdered in 1941 and later when the family left the Soviet world.
Waltham, Mass. : National Center for Jewish Film, Brandeis University, 2006.
Video — 2 videodiscs (NTSC, 135 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Presents the state of Yiddish culture in contemporary Israel through interviews with Yiddish-speaking people from many different walks of life, from socialist Bundists in Tel Aviv to the Orthodox in Jerusalem, from people in the street to poets, singers, revolutionaries, journalists and actors for whom Yiddish is a living language in the midst of Hebrew. They share stories and vignettes of their experiences, their love of Yiddish language and literature and the attitude in Israel toward Yiddish.