He’s not played by John Turturro, but we’re pretty sure it’s him.
This year’s New York Film Festival will mark a major moment for Jewish film.
If only Trump Jr. had, ahem, taken a precaution with Russian emails: “Burn After Reading.”
The Coen Brothers’ new TV show, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” will be a limited-run western series.
The 88th annual Academy Awards are on Sunday and Jews will be making quite the appearance in the three-hour special: as nominees, presenters and plotlines.
Not everyone is a fan of the Coen Brothers, but presidential candidate John Kasich went above and beyond trying to ban ‘Fargo’ from Blockbuster.
Asked about diversity in Hollywood last week, the Coen brothers defended to the Washington Post their history of making movies about Jews and Minnesotans.
The Coen Brothers’ latest movie is a tour through the absurdities of 1950s Hollywood — and an argument in favor of film-industry frivolity.
Joel and Ethan Coen, the American filmmaker brothers, will be the first co-presidents of the jury for this year’s Cannes Film Festival, the organizers said on Tuesday.
This year is the thirtieth anniversary of the Joel and Ethan Coen’s first film, “Blood Simple.” Since then, the pair have written or directed eighteen of the wackiest, funniest, and most memorable movies of all time. Here are seven of the greatest scenes from the Coens’ impressive catalogue: