The Buzz On What People Are Saying

“Bravo! I just wanted to let you know that I screened your film at our synagogue this past Sunday night, and it was a HUGE success. Everyone LOVED the film!” — Harvey Cyngiser, Beth Tzedec Congregation (Calgary, Canada)

“It was a total delight. I was also amazed at how viewing the film evoked so many wonderful stories from the audience…Your ease with an audience shows through.” — Barry A. Abels, Executive Director, JCC Corpus Christi (TX)

“…took its full-house audience on a rich, entertaining ride while providing insights into the wisdom of maintaining a sense of Jewish identity and continuity in a world that encourages assimilation.” — Phillip Wuntsch, Film Critic, The Dallas Morning News

“I wish all my single Jewish girlfriends had come with me to see Make Me A Match…The documentary…offers a very entertaining and upbeat look at the search for a Jewish mate — in other words it’s the perfect antidote to our reality.” — Susan Mandel, Washington Jewish Week

“… a film that provokes thought about fun and romance …” — Stefanie Shulman, Director of Performance and Visual Arts, Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center (East Hills, NY)

” …is a beautiful film and it was a pleasure to show it…” — Rabbi Mark Kaiserman, Temple Emanu-El, Dallas

“I had more fun than I have had at one of our programs in a long time … ” — Karen Stern, Aaron Family Jewish Community Center, Dallas

“The audience of about 150 Jewish singles was of all age groups — from mid 20s to late 70s — and everyone equally enjoyed the film. Many of the singles told me how great it was, that it made them laugh, and that they saw it as uplifting.” — Esther Mazor, Singles Director, JCC on the Palisades (NJ)

“We all had a good time, it was the perfect entertainment for our Sisterhood…” — Joan M. Applebaum, Adath Israel Sisterhood, Lawrenceville, NJ

“For all its humor, Make Me A Match has some loftier objectives: to educate non-Jews about Jewish culture, to provoke discussions about what Jewish communities can do to ease the process of finding a mate, and, more roundaboutly, to broach the touchy subject of intermarriage…it succeeds as an entertaining, interesting slice of Jewish life.” — Liz Stevens, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

“Though told with a lot of humor, the story behind Make Me A Match is one of a culture trying to fight the ‘silent Holocaust’ of assimilation by helping Jewish singles find each other.” — Terri Jo Ryan, Dallas Jewish Week

“They’re known for their ability to capture sincerity in any situation, and you’ll be verklempt over this one as well.” — Annabelle Massey Helber, Dallas Observer