November 15, 2018

Gerri Miller

Three generations struggle with the fallout in the aftermath of a horrific tragedy in Wendy Graf’s play “Exit Wounds,”
“Green Book” is about a black pianist and the white driver/bodyguard he hires for a concert tour through the segregated South in 1962.
In 1987, Colorado Senator Gary Hart appeared to be a shoo-in as the Democratic Party’s 1988 nominee for president, until his campaign
A new Israeli TV series “Euphoria,” about teenagers, sex, drugs, identity issues, social media, friendship, and love, is coming to HBO.
The old Crest Theater on Westwood Boulevard will become the UCLA Leonard Nimoy Theater. The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture
“Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, director Judd Apatow and other Jewish notables from the comedy world are teaming up for the get-out-the-vote
Sacha Baron Cohen is in talks to play Abbie Hoffman in “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” a long-gestating project that Aaron Sorkin will direct.
Acclaimed for such films as “The Troupe,” “Rage and Glory,” “Past Life” and  “Dizengoff 99,” Israeli film director Avi Nesher is headed to LA
A diverse lineup of features, documentaries and short films will be presented at the 32nd Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles
Longtime friends Shlomi Eldar, an Iraqi Jew, and Gassan Abbas, an Arab, were both born in Israel but feel like strangers in their country.
We’re kvelling! Barbra Streisand is singing on “Carpool Karaoke” this Thursday, Nov. 1 on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”
CBS Studios International is partnering with “Fauda” creator/writer Leora Kamenetzky to produce Israel-set crime drama “District Y.”
Conceived as a one-man show and first presented nearly 30 years ago in Los Angeles, Chazz Palminteri’s “A Bronx Tale” will come full circle
Amazon Prime is bringing back its hit show "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" Dec. 5, making it the best way to celebrate night four of Hanukkah.
After Forty-eight years, Judy Blume’s bestselling young adult novel “Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret” is headed for the big screen.
Selma Blair, who is currently appearing in the Netflix series “Lost in Space,” revealed in an Instagram post that she has multiple sclerosis.
American audiences will be seeing more Israeli series—and English adaptations of Israeli hits—in the coming year.
Singer and actress Hailee Steinfeld is in final negotiations to star in and produce the Netflix movie “Idol,”
Bruce Jay Friedman’s darkly comic play “Steambath” posits a provocative scenario in which a motley crew of recently departed souls discovers
Late singer Amy Winehouse will be the subject of a movie biography, with the consent and participation of her family.
Ike Barinholtz (“The Mindy Project”) blends dysfunctional family comedy with timely political satire in “The Oath.”
The divide between secular and Orthodox Jews in Israel is taken to the next level in the Israeli drama series “Autonomies”
Movie producer of “The Fugitive” and “Se7en” Arnold Kopelson, died of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills on Oct 8. He was 83.
Set in an alternate reality in which the Nazis and the Japanese won World War II, “The Man in the High Castle”
Jon Stewart and Maggie Gyllenhaal are gearing up to get behind the camera on their upcoming features "Irresistible" and "The Lost Daughter."
For the past nine years, Ken Fuchs has directed every episode of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” winning Emmy Awards for
In the opening minutes of Israeli filmmaker Savi Gavizon’s “Longing,” middle-aged bachelor Ariel Bloch gets news that’s not only shocking
Seth Rogen will portray a Jewish immigrant pickle maker and his great-grandson in a new untitled comedy for Sony Pictures.
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