Eran Kolirin’s ‘Let It Be Morning,’ a gently absurd comedy with a majority Arab cast, is the latest from the director of ‘The Band’s Visit.’
Shlomi Elkabetz’ “Black Notebooks” is a documentary about the filmmaker’s older sister, the remarkable actress and director Ronit Elkabetz.
“If there is a problem in Israel, it is to which extent you don’t have to suppress anyone, because people suppress themselves masterfully.”
In Anderson, there is always something of the midwestern WASP who secretly, or not so secretly, wants to be Jewish.
13 year after ‘Waltz With Bashir,’ Ari Folman returns with a children’s fable that finds contemporary lessons in Anne Frank’s famous diary.
Gainsbourg decided to train a camera on her mother seven years ago.
Laszlo Nemes’s ‘Sunset,’ his follow up to the Holocaust film ‘Son of Saul’ is a costume drama that describes the decline of an entire civilization.
Claas Relotius is under fire for numerous alleged fabrications but the way he tinkered with 99-year-old Lafrenz’s testimony seems especially grievous.
“The most important thing for us is that despite the pressure, the artistic vision survives and lives on.”
“Dovlatov was as handsome as a movie star, but he also harbored an incredibly complex inner world.”