In France, Great Britain, Hungary and America, filmmaker Andrew Goldberg finds four mutations of anti-Semitism.
A persistent spoofing of the search for roots of psychic trouble was at the core of Randall’s career success.
It’s no surprise that Israel has a peacenik rock opera, but you may be bewildered by what it has to say.
“The Juggler” was the first Hollywood film to shoot in Israel.
There won’t be any Jewish hosts at this year’s Oscars, but there will be plenty of Yiddishkeit to go around anyway.
“Incitement” is a gutting elegy for a time when peace seemed possible.
Douglas was born Issur Danielovich to two illiterate Russian Jewish immigrant parents, in Amsterdam, New York,
The first Academy Awards ceremony honored a Zionist Chicago journalist, an Irish-born translator and the man who brought us “Carousel.”
Paul Newman, who would have turned 95 today, once directed a cinematic masterpiece in a Yiddish theater. So, why did he take his name off it?
Yes, you read that right — Neil Diamond in blackface.
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