Hanan Harchol

Hanan Harchol, a multimedia visual artist, has exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the U.S., and screened his films and animations at film festivals worldwide and on Channel 13.

Mourning and Loss

Hanan Harchol
Losing a loved one is a natural part of life, and yet, when it happens it can be profoundly overwhelming. In this animation, Hanan and Daddy are on on their way to a Shiva, and Hanan is wondering what he can say to comfort the mourner.

Justice/Charity/Tzedakah

Hanan Harchol
Hanan Harchol's new animation, "Justice/Charity/Tzedakah," is part of Jewish Food For Thought: The Animated Series -- a collection of animated conversations that explore Jewish teachings on themes such as forgiveness, love, and gratitude. In these animations, Hanan impersonates the voices of his mother and father, z"l.

Humility: What Does Judaism Teach Us?

Hanan Harchol
Rabbi Leora Kaye
Can being humble actually be a source of strength? What does it mean to be “like the earth?” How can I let go of needing the recognition of others, and if I support the advancement of others, can it lead to my own growth as well? What does it mean to bend?

Repair and Apology: What Does Judaism Teach Us?

Hanan Harchol
Rabbi Leora Kaye
When is the last time you genuinely apologized to someone for something you did? What makes an apology worthwhile? What steps do people need to take in order for an apology to be sincere? Do you think Judaism’s “opinion” will agree with yours?