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September 27, 2002 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-27

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Charlie Chaplin as "The Great Dictator"

Picture Perfect

Jewish Image Awards in film and television honor
excellent portrayals of Jewish heritage.

ity nder the auspices of the Los
Angeles Entertainment
Industry Council of the
National Foundation for
Jewish Culture, the second annual
Jewish Image Awards in Film and
Television ceremony was held Sept. 24
at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly
Hills. The event honors industry pro-
fessionals in recognition of outstand-
ing presentations of the Jewish experi-
ence and portrayals of Jewish charac-
ters through film and television
Jeffrey Tambor hosted the event,
and presenters included Matthew
Perry, Doris Roberts, Shiri Appleby,
Ann Tisch and more.
Recipients at last year's inaugural
event included Richard Schiff (The
West Wing), Rachel Weisz (Enemy at the
Gates), Steven Weber (Club Land) and
Hannah Taylor-Gordon (Anne Frank).
Also receiving awards were Rugrats
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was not only politically audacious at a
time when Hitler was at the zenith of
his power, but the first movie in which
the immortal tramp of the silent
screen speaks.
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cinematic history with his anti-
Nazi comedy The Great

Frank (ABC), Varian's War (Showtime),
Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the
Kindertransport (Oppenheimer/Harris),
The West Wing (NBC) and Backstog:
Gentleman's Agreeement (AMC).
Arthur Hiller was the Tisch Lifetime
Achievement Award winner and the
Morningstar Commission's "Woman of
Inspiration" Award went to Patti Felker.
This year, a distinguished Jewish
Image Awards selection committee of
12 professionals, representing a cross-
section of the entertainment industry,
chose honorees in eight film and tele-
vision categories.
Also honored were Jerry Offsay,
president, programming, Showtime
Networks Inc., with the Tisch Lifetime
Achievement Award, presented by Jon
Voight; and Sheila Nevins, executive
vice president of original program-
ming, HBO, with the Morningstar
Commission's "Woman of Inspiration"
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(Presenter: Sam Rubin)

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Promises (Presenter: Shiri Appleby)

Documentary Film --- Fighter
(Presenter: Mark Feuerstein)

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