From Roman Polanski’s latest attempt to minimize his sexual misconduct to Mila Kunis’s upcoming spy flick, read on for this week’s movie news.
The Macaroon King is a film that tracks the decline of an iconic Jewish Williamsburg bakery.
The Oscars were exceedingly shiny and attempted to be exceedingly earnest, and we at the Forward were only slightly less earnest in analyzing them.
A Gilda Radner documentary will open the Tribeca Film Festival, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’s latest project and more movie news.
Here’s why Jews reject “The Resurrection.”
Ziad Doueiri’s “The Insult,” which follows a Palestinian refugee living in Beirut, has been shortlisted for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.
It’s officially movie awards season: The Golden Globes, the first major film and television awards show of the year, will take place on January 7.
There’s a world of film beyond the bounds of Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel. Read on for dispatches from that rumored land.
It’s hard to argue that American cinema has become smarter as, over the past decades, big studios have incorporated into multinational conglomerates.
Winter is dark and terrible, but it is also the best time of the year because of the Oscars.