Lewis Gilbert, a beloved British film director whose oeuvre includes three James Bond films and “Alfie” (1966), has died at 97.
Melniker was partly responsible for reintroducing Batman as a dark, serious character, not as the camp buffoon familiar from the TV series.
“7 Days In Entebbe” is a story about how Western leftists should really butt out of the Jews’ business.
“Art is designed to provoke debate. The fact that I touched on the army makes me a traitor to a large part of Israeli society.”
John Ford, George Stevens, and Samuel Fuller created their most important work for the US Armed Forces and Secret Services during World War II.
Here’s this week’s movie news.
Raoul Peck’s latest film, “The Young Karl Marx,” is a story of clashing ideas.
A Syrian producer and the subject of the film “Last Men in Aleppo” were unable to procure visas for the Oscars.
This is the first time I’ve seen such an accurate portrayal of this familiar experience where journalists curry favor with Chasidim and ex-Chasidim.
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