A lovely tribute to a great writer and his Jewish mother-muse.
An adult prodigal son returns home from New York City to the old Jewish neighborhood known as El Once in Buenos Aires.
Star, cowriter, producer, and director Don Cheadle's passion project, a biopic of jazz legend Miles Davis.
The prime reason to see this artsy film is the beautiful black-and-white, weird, and mystical imagery of cinematographer Shai Goldman.
This thoughtful, wide-ranging documentary covers the changing relationship between Jewish and German intellectuals since the Holocaust.
Israeli director Ada Ushpiz applies the argument that “the personal is political” to Hannah Arendt’s life to understand her perceptions and to provide context for the controversy over Eichmann in Jerusalem.
The biopic checks off all the major highlights of country singer/songwriter Hank Williams’s life—to a point.
Wearing its heart on its colorful sleeve, this Sally Field starrer works very hard to have the central character make sense.
In 1969, a group of hippies interested in new technology, but with no regular access to equipment, were given a budget and video cameras by the CBS network—see how the revolution was televised.