“I never wear a yarmulke,” Weinstein said. “But I do when I come into this neighborhood. It’s a sign of respect.”
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.