Joshua Harmon’s “Admissions” presciently assessed the state of the broken college admissions system.
An exclusive black box recording reveals the truth.
Edie Rubinowitz, a professor at Northeastern Illinois University, teamed with Dreamer students and alumni on “DACAmentation: Humanizing Our Stories.”
Captain Marvel is the first female lead of a Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Is she also the first Zionist superhero of the MCU?
Carolee Schneemann, a boundary-shattering visual, film and performance artist has died; her messy, provocative mark on the culture lives on.
Samantha Bee has slapped the Sackler name on yet another art institution. They won’t like this one.
The 1980 film “Babylon” is nearly 40 years old, but to American audiences it’s bound to feel fresh.
Here are the Jewish superheroes to consider before “Captain Marvel” and “Avengers: Endgame” hit screens in the coming weeks.
This week fans of “A Star is Born” can see a new, extended cut of the film featuring an additional song: In Yiddish.
Steven Spielberg seems to have forgotten his roots.