Menachem Daum, Filmmaker
"I think in some ways this insular kind of Judaism demeans God. It
reduces Him to a tribal deity who's only interested in us, to the
exclusion of everybody else."
Rabbi Irving Greenberg,
"The word 'tolerance' is no longer adequate. We're seeing today the weakness of tolerance when it meets highly-charged, highly-emotional religious faith. The film challenges us not to tolerate but to understand in an empathetic way the humanity and power of the other."
Audio Interviews: Faith and "The Other"
Hiding and Seeking poses critical questions for both people of faith and secular society in the 21st century. Listen or read along to two audio conversations in which we explore the challenging themes developed by the film.