The comedy ‘Serial (Bad) Weddings,’ was the highest grossing movie of the year in France. But is so controversial that distributors have decided not to release it in the U.S.
‘Mr. Kaplan’ is a dark comedy about the travails of an elderly Uruguayan Jew. Can it succeed in showing the funny side of a South American nation that served as a haven for some Nazis?
What’s better than mocking a Kim Kardashian tweet? Hearing Bette Midler sing them out loud.
“Shushan Funk,” which doubles as the Rosenblum family’s “Shaloch-E-Manos,” features a bunch of kids singing and dancing.
Purim is, hands down, the biggest party of the Jewish year. As Abigail Pogrebin prepares to celebrate (with her FOURTH FAST), she reflects on the meaning of the joyous holiday.
Lena Dunham is trading in the quarter-life crisis of ‘Girls’ for something a little more whimsical.
The elusive English street artist Banksy has produced four new works in the Gaza Strip. Naomi Zeveloff reports on his effort to take wry aim at the human toll of last summer’s war.
An Israeli-owned car wash on New York’s West Side Highway has become the unlikely source of what may be the city’s most delicious donuts.
You’ve heard about moms hijacking their kid’s JDate account — but what about grandpa taking one for the team on Tinder? Watch 89-year-old Joe Cole try his luck with the ladies.
What would life be like if your name were Hitler? A new documentary explores the delicate balance between unjust victimization and historical amnesia.