An examination of the protagonists of Tarantino’s films shows that the surprising turn in his private life was only a matter of time
From classics like ‘Fauda’ and ‘Shtisel’ to little-known gems like ‘Off White Lies’ and ‘Dancing in Jaffa,’ here are over 20 Israeli works to keep you entertained
Director Mohammad Rasoulof was unable to leave Iran to pick up the award because of propaganda charges he faces in relation to earlier films
‘Dark Waters’ is a well-told, faithful recreation of how DuPont faced a belated reckoning for giving profits priority over the health of millions. But the events deserve a bigger show of cinematic fury
‘The Farewell,’ starring Awkwafina, breaches the Chinese-American divide
Ben Zauzmer says that the Jewish love of calculating odds is no coincidence: 'that same spirit with which we approach religion is also I think a very useful one to approach statistics with'
Newspaper says Alfred Bauer held senior post in film directorate set up by Goebbels
Adam Sandler deserved an Oscar nomination for his bravura performance in 'Uncut Gems,' the new Safdie brothers film on Netflix
'Ajami' director Yaron Shani's new trilogy creates an experience that is as intriguing as it is moving
'Like a Boss': An incoherent script topples a promising cast and takes the sting out of a potentially snappy comedy
Sacha Baron Cohen was nominated for his leading role as Israeli Eli Cohen in the mini-series 'The Spy'
Sam Mendes’ latest effort has a mythological, adventurous heft that stems from its lack of reference to any of the actual events of World War I, but keeps you riveted
Breathing fresh life into well-worn, raw Nazi material, Taika Waititi's film looks at Nazi Germany through the eyes of a naive 10-year-old
Dorit Rabinyan's 'All the Rivers' was at the heart of a controversy after Israel's Education Ministry refused to include it in reading list for high school students
Despite dizzying action, the last installment of ‘Star Wars’ offers an artificial, engineered conclusion to the veteran space saga
Showtime’s seven-part TV series 'The Loudest Voice' and Jay Roach’s new film 'Bombshell' both recount the downfall of Roger Ailes, with differing but complementary approaches
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce both excel in a film that reimagines a recent crisis in the Catholic church. What are the chances of a sequel set in the Jewish world?
Five finalists for award will be announced next month ■ ‘Stay Close,’ produced by Israeli Nevo Shinaar, shortlisted in the documentary short category
In honor of J.J. Abrams returning to Star Wars try deciphering which of the following quotes were said by Yoda in a 'Star Wars' film and which were said by Jewish sages of centuries past.
'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' concludes a story that began 42 years ago, in 1977, when filmmaker George Lucas introduced a young hero named Luke Skywalker