“Dating And New York,” the most straightforwardly-titled film to hit theaters this fall, is supposed to take place over a number of months. But you wouldn’t be able to tell, because nearly every scene in this rom-com takes place in peak leaf-peeping season.
The father of the cellphone is the subject of an upcoming biopic. He told me which actors he’d like to portray him.
“As a child I was standing on the balcony of our house and watching Apache helicopters. I decided that I wanted to tell stories.”
How well do you know the Oscars, both past and present?
“Being inclusive starts with asking questions and understanding what people are feeling and seeking.”
The world’s largest Jewish film festival will get even larger this year. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Miami Jewish Film Festival will be a hybrid live and virtual event this year. This new format will enable a potentially nationwide audience the opportunity to view some of the festival’s 145 selected films online for free.
There’s no jump scares or monsters, but believe me — “Shiva Baby” is scary.
The film that helped me take a break from being a feminist is coming to a streaming service near you.
There’s a lot to watch.