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Ben Rosloff

 Los Angeles, July 2 – Benjamin Rosloff, a talented filmmaker on the Autism spectrum who served as a Jewish Inclusion Fellow in RespectAbility’s National Leadership Program, has created an unprecedented short documentary film that is a compilation of his one-on-one interviews with Jews with disabilities. The short film features deep insights and fabulous emotions [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, May 17, 2021 – Matan Koch, the Vice President for Workforce, Leadership, and Faith Programs at RespectAbility who is a wheelchair user, stars in his own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, May 13, 2021 – Justin Borses, a journalist with cerebral palsy who works at Moorpark University, stars in his own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented emerging filmmaker on [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, May 13, 2021 – Ariella Barker, an attorney, policy advisor, and communication specialist who was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, stars in her own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, April 19, 2021 – Barry Shore, the Ambassador of JOY of who is a former quadriplegic, stars in his own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented emerging filmmaker on [click to continue...]

Sixteen-part short video series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, CA, April 9 – Ben Rosloff, a talented emerging filmmaker on the Autism spectrum who serves as a Jewish Inclusion Fellow in RespectAbility’s National Leadership Program, has created an unprecedented mini-series of one-on-one interviews with Jews with disabilities. The series [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, April 9, 2021 – Rachel Rothstein, a fourth year rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College who is hard of hearing, stars in her own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, April 9, 2021 – Rabbi Lauren Tuchman, a sought-after speaker, spiritual leader and educator who lives with blindness, stars in her own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented emerging [click to continue...]

Short film series explores the intersection of disability and prayer in the Jewish community Los Angeles, April 9, 2021 – Erika Abbott, a talented writer and award-winning poet who lives with epilepsy, stars in her own segment of “What Do You Pray For?” The film was made by Ben Rosloff, a talented emerging filmmaker on [click to continue...]

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