Ruth Beckermann’s new film “The Waldheim Waltz” investigates the Nazi past of Kurt Waldheim, former Austrian president and UN secretary general.
60 years after the original film’s premiere, “Some Like it Hot” will come to Broadway.
The photographer had spent the summer of 2001 on Cape Cod, working to assemble a series of photos he’d taken of lower Manhattan.
From Roman Polanski’s latest attempt to minimize his sexual misconduct to Mila Kunis’s upcoming spy flick, read on for this week’s movie news.
Israeli filmmakers, who often live alongside Orthodox communities, have consistently produced fairly valid representations of the Orthodox.
Jeremy Schonfeld didn’t exactly intend to create a rock opera about the Shoah and the emotional trauma it inflicted across generations.
It’s a well-known saying that the mark of a truly great person is having a story about encountering the British actor Bill Nighy.
“Dressed Up for a Riot,” a hilarious recounting of the author’s brief tenure as GQ Russia’s editor, doubles as a guide to Russian politics.
Despite recent appearances in “Meet the Fockers” and “Guilt Trip,” Barbra Streisand, who turned 76 on April 24, is a living, breathing legend.