In an exclusive interview, Rama Burshtein discusses marriage and her second film ‘The Wedding Plan.’
Could Moshe Kasher, host of Comedy Central’s ‘Problematic,’ become his generation’s answer to Phil Donahue? He’s hoping so.
Hollywood executives are urging Disney CEO Bob Iger to run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, and he’s willing to consider it.
Playwright William Hoffman, one of the first writers to confront the AIDS pandemic in “As Is,” has died at 78.
‘Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ lead the 71st Tony Award nominations.
Seven Jewish and Palestinian kids were profiled in a 1990’s film series about growing up in the holy city. A quarter century later, Naomi Zeveloff tracked them down for this Sigma Delta Chi award-winning article.
When she got a job working for Carl Reiner, Sybil Sage worried that he might have a big ego. He turned out to be a mensch and a terrific boss.
“The Handmaid’s Tale,” the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel, seems especially relevant today. The show offers some lessons for Jewish audiences too.
Based on his short story ‘Natasha,’ David Bezmozgis’s second film encapsulates the Russian-Jewish experience in 1990s Canada.
Universal Cable Productions, a subsidiary of media conglomerate NBCUniversal, is suing an insurance company for millions of dollars in a case that hinges on whether Operation Protective Edge, the 2014 conflict between Israel and Hamas, was a “war” or merely “terrorism.”
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