Rabbis estimate that in the past two years between 4,000 to 5,000 French Jews have emigrated to England. Many are fleeing discrimination and the threat of terrorism.
Anti-Semitic tendencies in film weren't restricted to the Nazi era. Film historian Frank Stern explains how pre-war and postwar films portrayed Jews - and why Germany's approach lags behind the US and France.
The world's oldest film festival has awarded its top prize, the Golden Lion, to a movie that has a strong anti-discrimination message. It beat out 21 other contenders at the glitzy event.
Following Britain's vote to leave the EU there has been a sharp rise in hate crimes in the UK. A series of racist incidents was directed mainly against Poles, but now Jews are worried that the attacks could hit them too.
French authorities have rolled out their first campaigns to fight racism and anti-Semitism that offer hard-hitting messages against hate speech and workplace discrimination. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
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