“Romantic Comedy” is not a deep novel, and, despite its feminist-rage premise, it’s unlikely to change the state of gender roles and expectations going forward. In any case, for lovers of the romance genre, it’s a delightful read.
Joanna Landau and Michael Golden, the authors of “Ethical Tribing” address the fact that there are plenty of reasons why Israel can no longer just play defense on how it is perceived in the eyes of detail-averse media and unengaged youth.
The FX production, streaming on Hulu, is the second-best TV show of the year, bested only by “Succession.”
While he enjoyed his work behind the camera, Eli Leonard hadn’t seriously considered stand-up until he met comedian Elon Gold.
With so much turmoil around the world, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg believes that gratitude can help balance the scales.
Israeli historian Dina Porat has written a fascinating book about a small band of Holocaust survivors who were intent on full-scale revenge.
Written by Glick in 2019, the song captures both the life and death of Samuel Isaac Farkas, who tragically slipped off a balcony to his death a day before his 16th birthday.
“Shtisel” star Michael Aloni and breakout actress Swell Ariel Or deliver powerful performances in the saga about a Sephardic family steeped in tradition but beset by tragedy.
Over the past decade, Melloul and his team have gained international recognition for their channel, which is the only place Israelis can go for news 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling impress in a film that includes Rhea Perlman as Ruth Handler, the Jewish woman who created the famous doll.