• Jew Wins The Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood.- Janurary 6, 2012

    "Jew" cleans up at the Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood, winning Best Narrative Feature, Best Director Michael Carney, Best Cinemotography and Best Actor Josh Berger! A BIG win for Jew. Learn More »

  • Jew Wins The Award of Excellence.- December 7, 2012

    The Best Shorts Competition awards "Jew" the Award of Excellence! This is a very well respected film competition, Learn More »

  • Jew Wins It's First Award- November 27, 2012

    "Jew" wins the Award Of Merit from the Accolade Film Competition! Learn More »

  • Jew Gets Written Up In The Jewish Journal- October 11, 2012

    "Jew" receives an amazing review from the Jewish Journal. She says, "The short film, “Jew,” has one of the bolder titles to cross my desk in recent years." Learn More »

  • Official Screening for Jew- August 22, 2012

    The official screening for "Jew" is finally here. Cast, crew and select people got the oportunity to view the film. This film is something that we are VERY proud of and looking forward to sharing with the rest of the world. Learn More »

  • THAT'S A WRAP- September 11, 2011

    "Jew" wraps principle photography. Learn More »

  • Production Time- September 9, 2011

    "Jew" goes into production, starring Josh Berger. Learn More »

  • Casting!- August 5, 2011

    Pixie Monroe, Michael Carney and Josh Berger conduct an extraordinary casting session. An exceptional cast is compiled. Learn More »

  • The Visionary Comes Aboard- June 17, 2010

    Berger Bros Entertainment hires Michael Carney to direct and help revise "Jew" for shooting. Learn More »

  • Team Building- December 22, 2009

    Berger Bros Entertainment hires Brent Johnson to produce "Jew" along side Josh Berger. Learn More »

  • Film Is Funded- July 30, 2009

    Josh Berger raises $50,000 for his film titled, "Jew" from the Strauss Foundation. Learn More »

  • Jew is birthed- May 13, 2009

    Josh Berger and Dean Anello write a screenplay tiled, "Jew". A film about how a young orthodox Jewish boxer and his family deal with a hate crime. Learn More »