As it turns out, TCM won’t be able to offer the much-awaited national debut of Paul Newman’s 1962 film “On the Harmfulness of Tobacco.” Here’s the story behind that story.
Asghar Farhadi, the Oscar-nominated director of “The Salesman,” is boycotting the Academy Awards because of Trump’s Muslim ban. But his film is more relevant than ever.
When David Amram and Jack Garfein speak about Paul Newman’s first film, they will bring with them 172 years of cinematic and American history.
In Wallace Shawn’s “Evening At The Talk House,” only a thin line separates characters from their audience.
The dystopian series ‘Man in the High Castle’ about a Nazi-occupied America takes on new meaning in today’s political climate.
In 1962, Paul Newman directed his first film but promptly took its name off it. Now, thanks to a Forward investigation — the movie, shot in a Yiddish theater, is back for its long-awaited second look.
Among the offerings at this year’s Berlin Film Festival — ”Menashe,” the first Yiddish language film to premiere at the Berlinale.
Partners in art and life, Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb explain the secrets of their success.
The silent slapstick shorts at the Museum of Modern Art, show just how much, and how little film has changed when it comes to race in Hollywood.
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