It’s worth noting that Oskar Schindler’s dramatic speech near the end of Steven Spielberg’s film never happened in real life.
In “The Spokeswoman,” Maria de Jesus Patricio Martinez’s run for Mexican president is chronicled by filmmaker Luciana Kaplan.
Nato Green is a Jewish union organizer from San Francisco — currently living in Cuba — who also happens to be one of the Bay Area’s most successful stand-up comics. He’s toured with Hari Kondalobu, Janine Brito and CNN’s W. Kamau Bell. He’s been voted best comic in the city, written for FX and he has written about all the times he’s been arrested.
“I tell the truth in “The Insult.” Look, the Palestinians have also committed massacress…nobody dares to talk about it,” says Ziad Doueri.
“The founding fathers of our country, and all of the politicians for many years, always looked at cinema as a stepchild of Israeli culture.”
“Wonder Woman” is the most important superhero of all right now — thanks, in part to Gal Gadot; no thanks to David Edelstein.
Director Joseph Cedar explains his inspiration for “Norman,” which stars Richard Gere as a New York fixer.
‘The Settlers’ is a thrilling, frightening and urgent film. For director Shimon Dotan, it’s about the very future of Israel.
Frustrated with what they see as the Democratic Party’s capitulation to Donald Trump, some activists—including comic Nato Green—have offered Nancy Pelosi a spine.
“The Way to the Spring,” journalist Ben Ehrenreich’s new book is the result of the three years he spent on the West Bank. In an exclusive interview, he discussed how his Jewish heritage impacts his understanding of the Middle East.