Bernard-Henri Lévy has a new book about Judaism’s genius and a new documentary about the struggle against Isis. He talks to us about both.
“Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire,” a 1972 concert film, has taken 45 years to get here. It almost never made it at all.
In 1923, the cast of “God of Vengeance” was arrested. Here’s the Forward’s original report on that incident.
When “God of Vengeance” played Broadway in 1923, its whole cast was arrested on obscenity charges. A new Yiddish production shows us what the fuss was all about.
The Coen Brothers’ new TV show, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” will be a limited-run western series.
David Bowie’s last album featured a song called “Lazarus.” Was Emma Lazarus who he had in mind? And what does Bob Dylan have to do with it?
The New York Jewish Film Festival begins on January 11th; here are six films that we are particularly excited to see.
Will Beyoncé finally convert? Will Barbra Streisand return to the stage? Will Bob Dylan finally give a lecture? These and more are finally revealed in our exclusive feature.
A new documentary on Nat Hentoff shows how the 89-year-old Village Voice critic and free speech activist was always a little ahead of the curve. Except when he was behind it.6
‘Silence,’ Martin Scorsese’s gut-wrenching new film about a young Jesuit priest in medieval Japan, may seem surprisingly familiar to Jewish viewers.4
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