‘Viral’ Documents the Rise in Worldwide Anti-Semitism
In his latest documentary, filmmaker Andrew Goldberg spotlights the escalating outbreaks of anti-Semitism in the United States, England, Hungary and France.
Understanding Rabin’s Assassin in the Film ‘Incitement’
Told from Yigal Amir's point of view, 'Incitement' asks how a relatively moderate activist became radicalized and killed Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Faith and Mystery After World War II in ‘The Song of Names’
Francois Girard's 'The Song of Names' is a drama about a Jewish musician who vanishes before his debut concert and the adopted brother who searches for him.
Mayim Bialik to Write and Direct Her First Feature Film
Bialik plans to write and direct the film 'As Sick As They Made Us,' which will deal with mental illness.
Diane von Furstenberg Talks in ‘Liberty: Mother of Exiles’
The noted fashion designer is the center of HBO's new documentary, speaking to visitors about their connection to the iconic statue and uncovering its history.