Let ‘Sex And The City 3: Political Edition’ commence!
Cynthia Ozick, a grand dame of American letters, turned 90 this week. To celebrate, check out some of her most wonderful work.
What does it take to win two of the Tribeca Film Festival’s most prestigious prizes?
The Tribeca Film Festival brings no shortage of Jewish topics this year, from Mel Brooks joking about the Holocaust, to an anti-Semitic Hungarian politician who becomes an Orthodox Jew.
Over the past three years, Josh Seftel has filmed a murder, a suicide and a stroke. The subject? His friend, photographer Philip Toledano.
Kevin Pollak made his comedic debut when his mother came home unexpectedly and caught him lip-synching to Bill Cosby’s first album. His documentary ‘Misery Loves Comedy’ is out in New York this week.
Seth Meyers, Alicia Silverstone and Franz Kafka all in one bizarre, confounding quiz? It’s like something out of…oh, never mind.
Movies about the army are usually about fighting and plotting war strategies. ‘Zero Motivation,’ the first feature film by Israeli director Talya Lavie, shows the realistic aspects of military life.
‘Two-Bit Waltz,’ the first movie by actress Clara Mamet, made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Mamet talked to the Forward about the film’s genesis and her famous family.
Two films screening at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival both show subtle and nuanced perspectives on Israeli life from a woman’s point of view.