The goal is to produce five more episodes for the series’ first season.

It was also an official selection at the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival.

And along the way it has generated buzz in the Modern Orthodox community and beyond.

“In the media we usually see only ultra-Orthodox or secular Jews—never anything in between like the Modern Orthodox Jew. And it’s never been done in America.” But it has been done with great success in Israel.

Gottfried cites the popular Israeli show “Srugim” as her inspiration.

There she auditioned for commercials and short films.

Frustrated with a lack of roles for her, she decided to write and produce her own content.Her love of film also led her to create a film major at Stern College.After graduation she founded Dignity Entertainment, a production company that creates short films, music videos and feature films for clients.As soon as he meets Sarah, there’s immediate chemistry.But soon enough, David realizes that he’s with the wrong Sarah and goes over to his actual date, also named Sarah, seated at the next table.The opinions, facts and any media content are presented solely by the author, and Jewish Boston assumes no responsibility for them. Her essays and articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Forward, Tablet Magazine, The Jerusalem Report, Cognoscenti and other venues.