What it was like meeting Claude Lanzmann, the man who tried to understand the impossible
Set in London’s Haredi community, 'Disobedience,' starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams, transcends its social confines to create a complex story
Why are filmmakers so inexorably drawn to Agatha Christie's work?
It’s unlikely that any director today would be willing to take on Nabokov’s novel, and that’s a pity
This Balfour Declaration documentary offers a Zionist ethos nostalgia overdose and a superficial gloss on the Arabs living in pre-state Palestine
With her sharp wit, elegance and photogenic face, the Israeli actress oozes charm. But does she have what it takes to not only present an Oscar, but actually win one?
'Some Like It Veiled' starts with a bold idea: a comic approach to the tensions between Muslims and the rest of the population in France. But the result is tinged with embarrassment
'A Fantastic Woman' isn’t a film about a transgender woman; it’s about a woman who loves, loses her love and fights for the universal human right to mourn her loss
Finally, an Academy Awards ceremony to look forward to
It’s impossible to take your eyes off the screen in ‘Phantom Thread,’ a masterful work with a core both dark and romantic
He was the male protagonist in Girls, played the bus driver-poet in Paterson and Kylo Ren in The Last Jedi. What can we expect now from Adam Driver?
In The Post, Steven Spielberg turns the defense of the press into an adventure, with a highly relevant message about attacks on the media, the lies of the powerful, and the place of women in the public sphere
Gender and ethnic gaps were at the heart of the Golden Globes awards ceremony on Sunday, but it was lifetime achievement award winner Winfrey who wowed the audience with her heartfelt and eloquent speech
Gary Oldman's performance in 'Darkest Hour' just won him a Best Actor Golden Globe; it's the right film for this particular moment in history
Christopher Plummer is a much better choice for the role of Paul Getty than Kevin Spacey
Marvelous acting blends poignancy, restraint and humor in French director Martin Provost’s new film about the relationship between two women
Did 'The Last Jedi' outdo 'The Empire Strikes Back'?
'Wonder Wheel' star Kate Winslet is trapped inside a schematic character trapped inside a schematic script
But 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' is also too understated to have any emotional depth
'Patti Cake$' seems too in love with its own willingness to showcase a young heroine who does not fit the usual screen standards