This is a film for another moment in time, an imaginary if not necessarily utopian moment when being Jewish is less roiled and bedeviled from within and without.
Our demanding critics choose the best (and the most disappointing) films of the year.
The turf war for the bodies and souls of Montana’s Jews makes for an engaging inter-tribal drama.
This tender documentary makes an airtight case that cinema has lost a very special person.
The P-Town Fest was the site of several first-rate documentaries.
I saw a handful of fiction films which were well directed, capably acted, and offered meaningful stories.
Our demanding critics choose the best (and the most disappointing) films of the year. .
All of Shirkers demonstrates the wonderfulness of making cinema. I Am Not a Witch dramatizes the mystery and solidarity of accused witches.
I made a pledge last week to compromise my movie going, and in a silly, humiliating way.
“Our film has community and spirituality,” says Gerald Peary. “It also has conflict.”