The Oscars were exceedingly shiny and attempted to be exceedingly earnest, and we at the Forward were only slightly less earnest in analyzing them.
What’s better than a moderately funny white man singing the praises of “strong women”? The Internet will give you one guess.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, discusses the brand new Forward Guide to Synagogues, Jared Kushner and the Oscars.
Since childhood, I’ve watched the Oscars almost every year. Yet each year watching becomes harder to justify.
Rita Moreno wore the same dress to the 2018 Academy Awards as she did to the 1962 Oscars.
Stars like Daniel Day Lewis and Steven Spielberg went home empty-handed Sunday night.
The 2018 Oscars were full of history-making moments and Gal Gadot laughs.
20 percent of people in our society have a disability — and yet people with disabilities rarely get considered for mainstream roles.
She said the Israeli film “Foxtrot,” which failed to get a Best Foreign Language Film nomination, was anti-Israel because of its depiction of the IDF.
Jewish nominees dominate the categories “Best Actor” and “Best Adapted Screenplay.”