Hebrew for just a minute, Rock Regga offers an intimate look at Israel in brief bursts of image, sound and story.  Winner of the Gallup Film Festival Best Web Series Award, and a finalist in the The Short Film Awards, it is also an official selection of the Near Nazareth and Valley film festivals. Press Coverage. More Press. Yet More Press. 



A Family Business — Welcome to a Tel Aviv carpentry shop that helps folks have fun in the sun. Part 1. Part 2. 


Lady Saxophone — She excels at an instrument dominated by men. Part 1. Part 2. 


Friends for Life — Visit an informal weekly ritual on a bustling city sidewalk. Part 1. Part 2.


Body Branding —  A practice forbidden in the Bible thrives in modern Israel. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.

The Clown — She clowns around to help teach and heal. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.

Protecting Children — Two activists take aim at an ancient Jewish ritual. View video.

Wrapping for Redemption — A missionary carries on the Rebbe’s work one arm at a time.  View video.

Miri Plays the Shuk — An Israeli icon sings on the street. View video.

Magnum — A Tel Aviv visitor bonds with a wily neighborhood crow.  Part 1. Part 2.


Old Store, New Store  — A high-tech exec tries a new venture with potatoes.  Part 1. Part 2.


Punch, Kick, Choke, Burp — An ambitious MMA fighter and a new mom, she prepares for the big time.  Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.