For several centuries and until the fall of the Soviet Union, shtetls were inhabited by tight-knit Yiddish-speaking communities. In these remote towns, the traditional Jewish life continued for decades after it disappeared everywhere else.
In 1992, Spain hosted both the Expo '92 in Seville and the Olympic Games in Barcelona. Against this celebratory backdrop, thousands of workers protested the economic measures that threatened local industry.
Ehud Barak is a former prime minister, decorated commander on the battlefield and one of the leading figures of the Zionist movement. Twenty years after the Camp David summit, Barak looks back on his life and analyzes the Israeli reality.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s unexpected rise to power and fall from grace is explored in this riveting documentary that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the machinations that control politics, justice, war and peace.