No violence is depicted in “Balcony,” but the fundamentalist rabbi and his growing bevy of followers breeds distrust and suspicion.
96-year-old Judith Leiber tells of surviving World War II in Hungary and becoming a design icon in America.
Based on his short story ‘Natasha,’ David Bezmozgis’s second film encapsulates the Russian-Jewish experience in 1990s Canada.
Though the Orthodox world is generally known as an insular one that shuns movies, a new generation of Orthodox women are challenging that preconception with their ambitious “For Women Only” movies.
Richard Gere didn’t think he was the obvious choice to play a Jewish-American fixer. Joseph Cedar, director of “Norman,” disagreed.
Seeing a new trend in modesty, Orthodox designers are at the forefront of a burgeoning fashion movement.
Viggo Mortenson deconstructed our image of a liberal intellectual in the underrated film ‘Captain Fantastic.’
The hilarious film ‘The Family Fang’ zeroed in on the emotional damage experienced by children of self-proclaimed artists.
You might think that comedy and Orthodox Judaism don’t go together. Meet 7 comedians who are defying that stereotype.
The Ma’aleh School in Israel has pioneered videotherapy, which uses video and storytelling techniques to help the bereaved, including the families of the victims of terrorism.