Paul Newman, who would have turned 97 today, once directed a cinematic masterpiece in a Yiddish theater. So, why did he take his name off it?
“We are able to put our pets to sleep and we can’t put ourselves to sleep. The process needs to be streamlined and should be more humane”
Some Israelis claim nothing happened in Tahtura in 1948, but a new documentary offers a dark tale of what occurred during the War of Independence
Lévy’s newest globetrotting documentary, ‘The Will To See,’ is a self-aggrandizing awareness tour of the 21st Century’s humanitarian crises.
In 1945, young filmmakers Budd and Stuart Schulberg received the assignment of a lifetime — to locate original film footage of Nazi atrocities.
Michael Caplan’s documentary ‘Algren’ is an engaging tribute to a writer who championed the lives of hookers, hustlers and addicts.
Director Mano Khalil’s “Neighbours” is a cinematically stunning, deeply unsettling film that is brutal, satiric, and, at times, magical.
20 years after the events in ‘Being the Ricardos,’ you couldn’t show American sex lives honestly on TV. At least not on ‘The New Dick Van Dyke Show.’
‘All Through the Night’ was based on a story co-written by Leonard Q. Ross, better known as Leo Rosten, author of ‘The Joys of Yiddish.’
The Ophir award-winning film ‘Let It Be Morning’ is already generating Oscar buzz. But categorizing it has been controversial from the start.
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