Searching for the most Jewish scene in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” on the film’s fortieth birthday.
The iconic spot, open for almost eight decades, was where Woody Allen filmed scenes for his homage to New York, “Broadway Danny Rose.”
Based on our recent coverage of him, we’re not so sure.
Woody Allen reconciles conflicting post-election desires in the film “Bananas,” an early ‘70’s farce on authoritarianism, infotainment and leftwing activism.
Woody Allen told The Guardian last week that he is “not surprised” by anti-semitism.
Amazon released a trailer for Woody Allen’s new show, “Crisis in Six Scenes,” which features his acting as well as directing.
Woody Allen’s latest film “Cafe Society” returns to the late 1930s of his early childhood and reuses some of the most familiar tropes from his career. Not profound, perhaps, but enjoyable just the same.
The Internet reverberated yesterday with details about how neo-Nazis identify and target Jews on social media and online. We thought we could help out the anti-Semites by sending out echoes of our own.
Actress Susan Sarandon slammed Woody Allen at the Cannes Film Festival, saying she believed claims he sexually abused his daughter Dylan Farrow to be true.
Ronan Farrow, son of Jewish filmmaker Woody Allen, called out the media on failing to publish information about his father’s alleged sexual abuse of daughter Dylan Farrow.