By searching for consensus in a polarized summer program, “Boys State” examines the future of consensus in our polarized democracy.
Miriam Revesz’s doc reveals the hidden struggles of mental illness
“Dayan: The First Family” illustrates the generational divides and ideological differences that carried the Jewish state from its prehistory to today.
The new Netflix doc, “Circus of Books,” examines how a nice Jewish couple, Karen and Barry Mason, found success in gay porn
It was supposed to be “the greatest party of 1969.” Instead, it was the last.
Jews won a lot, lost even more, sang, and shared hard truths.
Raoul Peck’s latest film, “The Young Karl Marx,” is a story of clashing ideas.
The documentary “RBG” appears to have made a decisive impact at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Two filmmakers made a documentary about using humor and the Holocaust. But the film’s meaning completely changed after the 2016 election.
‘My Italian Secret’ tells stories of bravery by ordinary Italians in saving their Jewish friends and neighbors during the Holocaust