Gabrielle Birkner watches Yossi Madmoni’s “Restoration,” the only Israeli selection at the Sundance Film Festival.
Pianist András Schiff talks to the Forward about growing anti-Semitism in his native Hungary.
Gordon Haber reflects on integration and re-segregation in his native Los Angeles.
Eileen Reynolds goes to see Yoav Gal’s biblically inspired space-age video opera “Mosheh.”
David Biale reads through the new crop of second-generation Holocaust memoirs.
Philologos spends the night in the cemetery.
Jordana Horn takes a look at Natalie Portman’s performance in “The Other Woman.”
And on the Forverts video channel, Shmuel Perlin examines the process of aging in China:
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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