Though given short shrift in too much mainstream conversation, imaginative filmmaking continues to thrive, even in this unusually benighted year.
What do genetically-engineered dinosaurs, sailors on shore leave and a homicidal novelist have in common? The Library of Congress, for one.
The distance of translation, of not quite being of a world or understanding it fully, are ideal for the form of a memory novel.
Hugh Jackman is attracting Oscars buzz for the “The Frontrunner,” but another actor’s performance is receiving some unwanted attention.
Bonus points into the billions if you pass the Bechdel Test.
Now that “Schindler’s List” is being rereleased, it’s probably time to revisit the second opinions.
No one really wants unsolicited relationship advice from his uncle, but White House Advisor Stephen Miller is getting just that for Hanukkah.
Amy Heckerling is hoping to stage a comeback with “Clueless: The Musical.”
Every once in a while, New York’s natural yiddishkeit can’t help but seep into “Law & Order: SVU.”
The recent wedding of Carnegie Hall’s Sir Clive Gillinson and Anya Deutsch was underscored by the theme to “Schindler’s List.” Is that kosher?
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