We’re not content to tell you which nominees are Jewish. We want to let you know just how they’re all connected.
Portman will star as Marvel’s female ‘Thor.’
Talya Zax wrote on ““Die Stadt Ohne Juden,” or “The City Without Jews,” a 1924 Austrian silent film that was rediscovered in a flea market.
Any list of essential films about American immigration that omits “Hester Street” is a shonde.
‘Silence,’ Martin Scorsese’s gut-wrenching new film about a young Jesuit priest in medieval Japan, may seem surprisingly familiar to Jewish viewers.
Jerry Lewis and Martin Scorsese reunited for a chat at the Museum of the Moving Image. Thea Glassman reports on Lewis’s perfectionism, his relationship with Charlie Chaplin and his status as a “Super-Jew.”
Martin Scorsese’s latest is a documentary about the New York Review of Books. He found the world of arts and letters a trickier subject than gangsters and shoot ‘em ups.
Mel Brooks is already a member of the EGOT club, having received Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards, but the comedy legend has more prizes coming.
If you drown a Jew while trying to baptize him against his will, are you anti-Semitic? That was the discussion brewing in the blogosphere after the penultimate episode of the HBO hit series “Boardwalk Empire” aired on November 28. The show, set in the 1920s in Atlantic City, follows the people who run the city and the Federal Agents trying to enforce Prohibition.