The Genesis Prize Foundation noted his “extraordinary work to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and prevent future genocides through film.”
Spielberg’s after-midnight-only conceit is unique and could help set Katzenberg’s Quibi platform apart in a crowded field of streamable content.
“Adaptation,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Mule” show the pitfalls of film adaptations of flower-based texts.
Music saved Leopold Kozlowski’s life during the Holocaust, and gave him purpose afterwards.
Bonus points into the billions if you pass the Bechdel Test.
Dream team or white-washing nightmare?
Tony Kushner said his “West Side Story” will distinguish itself from the 1961 film by using the 1959 stage production as a springboard/
The murdered woman’s identity, like that of her killer, remain a mystery. Locally she is known simply as the Lady in the Dunes.
She lost the presidency — but maybe she’ll win an Emmy?
Israeli filmmakers, who often live alongside Orthodox communities, have consistently produced fairly valid representations of the Orthodox.