December 11, 2019

Tom Tugend

In 1979, the miniseries “Holocaust” had viewers in Europe glued to their TVs, and on March 3, 1994, Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” opened in Berlin.
World War II movies frequently feature daredevil heroes, but for sheer guts and ingenuity it’s hard to beat young Jews in “The Invisibles.”
What does a Jew who doesn’t fancy the traditional visit to a Chinese restaurant do on Christmas Eve? Watch "Fiddler on the Roof."
A senior living residence is generally not the setting for an offbeat romantic film. “The Second Time Around,” is the exception.
Sam Grundwerg, who officially finished his term on Nov. 15, said he chose to leave early so his three teenage children  
“The Waldheim Waltz” choreographs the agile steps of one of the more strange actors in recent world history,
Carl Laemmle not only hired women but turned them into directors and writers. They wrote and directed short reels and feature-length movies.
Oscar (Osi) Sladek and his wife Selma, both former Angelenos, were recently honored by Denver’s Sinai Temple...
"The Cakemaker” should satisfy the most finicky pastry lover, but otherwise the Israeli-German co-production has elicited ecstatic praise...
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