In his new film, “Imperium,” Daniel Radcliffe plays FBI agent Nate Foster, who goes undercover to take down skinheads planning to set off a dirty bomb.
Logan Lerman, star of the Percy Jackson films “The Lightning Thief,” “Sea of Monsters” and now the Philip Roth adaptation “Indignation” talks to the Forward about how Judaism has influenced his acting career.
Peter Yarrow, one third of Peter, Paul and Mary, speaks to the Forward about how his folksinging career has been guided by Jewish principles, especially Tikkun Olam.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind seemed to have a dream life until his son was diagnosed with regressive autism. His family’s journey is chronicled in “Life Animated,” a new book and documentary film.
Writer Calvin Trillin may be most famous today for his humorous musings on food, family, travel and love.
So, how did Marvin Hier who grow up poor in an Orthodox family on the Lower East Side become the rabbi who blesses movies and has hobnobbed with Tom Cruise and Frank Sinatra? Curt Schleier talks to Simon Wiesenthal Center founder Marvin Hier about his remarkable careers.
Joel Grey, perhaps best known as the star of “Cabaret,” made headlines last year when he came out in People Magazine. Now Grey (né Katz”) is making them again with his new tell-all memoir, “Master of Ceremonies.”
Atom Egoyan’s new thriller “Remember,” starring Christopher Plummer, concerns a Holocaust survivor. But the director says his passion for the film was informed by his ancestors’ survival of the Armenian genocide.
In June 2013, Ethan Couch, an inebriated 16-year-old Texan, was speeding and driving illegally on a restricted license when he slammed into a group of people standing on the side of the road. Four died; nine were injured, including two of Couch’s passengers, who were seriously hurt.
The 77-year-old author of “The Day of the Jackal” and “The Odessa File” reflects on his storied career, his meeting with David Ben-Gurion and his memories of London’s fur district.