Westworld, Veep, Saturday Night Live — all full of amazing Jews!
The seventh season of “Game of Thrones” is here. And there’s more to the Jewish history of the HBO show than the lineage of some of its actors.
The documentary “Disturbing the Peace” follows former Israeli soldiers and Palestinian fighters who team up to end the conflict.
“It is deeply troubling that Lincoln Center is helping the Israeli government to implement its systematic ‘Brand Israel’ strategy,” the letter states.27
“Spiderman: Homecoming” is an immensely enjoyable film — but it ignores the issues of anti-Semitism inherent in his superhero origin story.11
The Egyptian spy drama “Alzyb’a” portrays Israelis in a somewhat positive light, but also contains anti-Semitic stereotypes.
Kubrick subtly draws upon explicit comparisons that were made between the Americans in Vietnam and the Nazis in Europe.
“Within my family, the sense was that if your great-grandfather is JRR Tolkien, you had to go into the arts.”
“When we think of Syria, we think of conflict. But where are the women’s narratives?”
“There’s no one I can ask, ‘Gee, how did you feel?’ I can’t call Figaro or Carmen and say, ‘Hey, how did you feel about your opera?’”
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