‘Hot Type’ gives an inside look into the The Nation magazine, which just turned 150. Regina Weinreich asks why the documentary leaves out the liberal bastion’s treatment of Israel.
At the age of 93, Iris Apfel is a model, a jewelry designer, a collector and a cover-girl. Regina Weinreich catches up with the Queens-born fashionista.
Heinrich Himmler was a mass murderer but also a Catholic family man. Without irony, filmmaker Vanessa Lapa takes us into the ordinary mindset of the notorious Nazi criminal.
Photographer Frédéric Brenner explores identity with massive projects that remind some of Jean-Claude Christo’s artworks. His new show turns the lens on Israel — with a challenge.
In ‘The German Doctor,’ Argentinian film director Lucia Puenzo focuses on Nazis who found new lives in her country. But when she started, she hadn’t been thinking of Josef Mengele.
Painter Theresa Bernstein was considered on a par with Edward Hopper, yet, odds are you don’t know her work. A retrospective is seeking to remedy that.
On the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, an opera tells the remarkable survival story of Yehuda Nir and his friendship with Richard Wagner’s great-grandson.
During one week in 1943, a little-known but amazing event occurred at a Berlin detention center, a stopping point for one of the last group of Jews targeted for the fated journey east — the Jewish spouses of Aryans. Up until this point, Jews had been protected by intermarriage to Germans, a sore spot in the efficacy of carrying out the Final
In May 2002, while some Jewish activists were inciting Hollywood regulars to boycott the Cannes Film Festival as a protest against a wave of antisemitism in France, screenwriter and playwright Ronald Harwood was attending the world’s most celebrated film festival for his movie’s premiere. “This is the perfect time for a film on the