“Many people don’t know this story, but it’s a significant and important part of American history that needs to be acknowledged,”
I have never seen a film more intent on challenging its own need to exist.
“Francesco” gained international attention for a 30-second clip in which Pope Francis expressed support for same-sex civil unions.
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.