Articles with keyword "Film"
Not just Torah and gefilte fish: A new film shows the complexity of life as a Jewish American.
An NEH-funded documentary inspires a cinematic novel, one to be seen as well as read.
Shooting on weekends, a team of young, Jewish filmmaker-wannabes in 1920s Berlin made a classic film—and launched several major Hollywood careers.
Charles and Ray Eames forged a new sensibility while doing everything and nothing.
William M. Reddy has made a career of demonstrating how honor, love, shame, fear, and desire operate as historical forces.
From fast times at Clairemont High to the California Humanities, Ralph Lewin has always been fascinated with stories.
Critic Morris Dickstein talks about the culture of the thirties and the demise of theory.
Oregon Humanities magazine’s summer ’09 issue provokes much thought on the matter of things, possessions, or, as the editors call it, “stuff.” The issue is stuffed with stuff on stuff, includ