An interview with Amanda Stern, author of the book “You are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah,” on which the new film by Adam Sandler is based.
The provocative bestseller has been adapted into an electrifying Amazon Prime Video series starring Toni Collette and John Leguizamo.
The Jewish director was inspired to write the screenplay after watching the 2014 movie “Boyhood.” The Academy Award-nominated drama was directed by one of her favorite filmmakers, Richard Linklater. Eskreis ultimately found herself being mentored by Linklater after winning a grant from the Austin Film Society.
The renowned Jewish translator of “Always Remember Your Name,” Ann Goldstein, was introduced to the sisters’ story at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chef Pati Jinich believes that the quality of the dish lies in the sazón—that unique taste achieved only by cracking the code. It’s that special something that gives Mexican food its distinctive personality.
Asher Grodman was fortunate enough to grow up on a New Jersey farm possessed by spirits from the 1700s.
Carucci’s art has been featured around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art and Gagosian Gallery.
Rosenfeld has traveled around the world as the director and producer of the immensely popular Netflix series, “Street Food.”
“The Man Who Hated Women” sheds light on the different shapes and forms of feminism. Whether they held conservative or sex-positive views, each advocate contributed significant ideas about sex, childbirth and womanhood.
In 2020, Pinsker became the second Jewish woman to ever receive a Nebula Award for Best Novel from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.