Film is only what the filmmaker shows and what a viewer takes away from it. It’s never free from a point of view.
“We have a lot of forgotten wars,” said series co-creator Ron Leshem, “but this was the worst.”
In honor of Sean Connery’s 90th birthday, we present the Jewish history of the character he immortalized.4
In this year of fresh, daily horrors, we wouldn’t blame you for giving Halloween a pass. But if you’re in the mood for scares, here are our picks.
Buster Keaton was born on this day 125 years ago. He received his nickname from Harry Houdini, who was born Erik Weisz.
I thought “Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles,” sounded like “The Great British Baking Show” on steroids. It is, and then some.
“The Other Story,” presents case studies of two women on opposite sides of Orthodoxy and what those close to them make of their transitions.
The thriller evokes the pain some Iranian Jews feel living in Israel, helplessness to return home, but unwilling to forget where they came from.
Iranian Jew Shaun Toub stars in Apple TV’s Tehran
The show is by no means an indictment of Britain as an antisemitic country, it nonetheless conjures something unique about British Jewry’s position.
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