Arts videos

Katie Waissel: King of the Swingers on X Factor

By Jennifer Lipman, October 25, 2010
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Katie Waissel sings her way to another week of this year's X Factor.

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X factor's Katie sings Etta James

By Jennifer Lipman, October 18, 2010
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Katie Waissel sings her way through another round of this year's X Factor.

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Hebrew University students take on Glee

By Jennifer Lipman, October 11, 2010
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Students in Jerusalem show off their singing skills with a version of Queen's Somebody to Love, as performed on Glee. The video, with a huge cast, was filmed in just one shot.

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X Factor's Katie Waissel: 'Don't Let Me Down'

By Jennifer Lipman, October 11, 2010
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Jewish singer Katie Waissel performs to stay in the competiton and survives another week of X Factor.

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Glee's Puck sings Billy Joel - again

By Jennifer Lipman, October 5, 2010
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Glee fans will remember that last season, the show's resident Jewish bad boy attempted to romance his Jewish bandmate Rachel Berry by singing her a Neil Diamond song.

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X Factor's Katie Waissel performs 'Smile'

By Jennifer Lipman, October 4, 2010
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Katie Waisel was picked by Cheryl Cole to go through to the live stage of this year's X Factor competition. Watch her perform Smile and see if you agree with Will.i.am's assessment that she "effed that one up".

Read the JC's interview with Katie here

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UK Jewish Film Festival trailer: So, Mrs Cohen

By Jennifer Lipman, September 29, 2010
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A taste of what is on offer at this year's UK Jewish Film Festival, which runs from November 4 to 21. Read more about the festival here.

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If Beyoncé were Jewish?

By Jennifer Lipman, September 29, 2010
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A spoof of Beyonce's If I Were a Boy made by American comedy group Portal A Interactive.

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Guggenheim competition: The Chair Not Taken

By Jennifer Lipman, September 20, 2010
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Zach Cohen is one of six Israeli artists competing for their short film to be shown at Manhattan's Guggenheim Museum next month.

Judges have shortlisted 125 finalists out of the more than 23,000 people from around the world with videos entered in the Guggenheim's YouTube Play contest.

The winners will be named on October 21, with the top 20 films going on display at the prestigious New York gallery.

Israel has the third highest number of contestants still in the running for the top spot.

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