First, the Long Island Serial Killer. Next, Jewish pirates. Filmmaker Josh Zeman explains his fascination with crime and tough Jews.
Jerry Lewis is starring in “Max Rose,” his first film in more than two decades. The Forward speaks with director Daniel Noah on how he coaxed the 90-year-old comedian and film star out of retirement.
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Don’t let the name fool you: Jerusalem U isn’t a real university, but a far-right pro-Israel online group. Why did Hillel president Eric Fingerhut agree to speak at their recent event?
Eating disorders are not confined to race, sex or religion, and with the stigma of mental illness making so many sufferers unwilling to admit to eating disorders, it is harder still to reach out and help.
John Herzfeld wrote and directed the comedy drama, “Reach Me.” It’s about a neurotic widower who writes an anonymous motivational book that becomes a wildfire phenomenon.
Daniel Radcliffe has been shedding his Harry Potter image for awhile now. He talks about the Old Testament and getting buff again on the big screen in his new flick ‘Horns.’
Rabbi Deborah Waxman has been many firsts. Now she has become the first lesbian woman to lead a Jewish congregational institution.
Filmmaker Robert Lemelson’s ‘Bitter Honey’ is a documentary about polygamy and violence towards women in Bali, Indonesia, where he has been making films for two decades.