A behind-the-scenes look at the film



Monday, September 21, 7:30PM


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A ground-breaking film on antisemitism in 2020


“Andrew Goldberg has delivered a riveting study [on antisemitism].” - The Wall Street Journal

If hate is like a virus, antisemitism is the most adaptive and enduring in human history. Award-winning filmmaker Andrew Goldberg takes us beyond borders as he expertly investigates the dangerous rise of antisemitism in four countries: America, Hungary, Britain, and France. From white supremacists and radical Islamists, to the UK Labour Party and the streets of Eastern Europe, Goldberg’s exposé is a provocative warning about the evolving threats facing the Jewish people in 2020.
Please join our 2020 Annual Campaign Co-Chairs, Leonard Abramsky and Sara Zagdanski, for an intimate evening with Goldberg. Watch key excerpts and hear the stories behind them from the director who took us to the frontlines of antisemitism.

Monday, September 21, 2020

7:30 PM


Andrew Goldberg

Emmy Award-winning investigative producer/director Andrew Goldberg w.g.a. is the founder and owner of So Much Film in New York City. In this capacity he has Executive Produced and Directed 13 Prime-Time documentary specials for PBS and Public Television, two broadcast series (spanning 39 episodes) for HGTV and DIY, and countless long and short-form segments for such outlets as CBS News Sunday Morning, ABC News, National Public Radio, E! Entertainment Television, Food Network, and FYI.

He has worked with and/or interviewed more celebrities than he can remember including Bill Clinton, Maya Angelou, Elie Wiesel, Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, Natalie Portman, Itzhak Perlman, Julianna Margulies, Senator Joseph Lieberman, Shaquille O’Neal, Senator Bob Dole, Michael Douglas, The President of Armenia (random but true), Julianne Moore, Yo-Yo Ma, Olympia Dukakis, Edie Falco, Kristen Bell, Laura Linney, the legendary Walter Cronkite… and many more.

Goldberg’s film Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations has been called “Powerful” by Newsweek, “Riveting” and “Fascinating” by the Wall Street Journal, and “Eye opening” by CBS. He holds a BA in History from Northwestern University, and an MBA from The Graduate School of Business at The University of Chicago.