September 11, 2023, 6:53 am
This series, clocking in at six hours, is a detailed patchwork of archival footage cut with interviews with historians and survivors, all held together by Burns’ regular narrator Peter Coyote. It’s unmissable television at its very finest.
August 7, 2023, 7:12 am
They had a troubled relationship and very public artistic disagreements before their break-up in 1970, but Simon and Garfunkel were about so much more than their differences, and their history goes way back to their primary school days. Jessica Abelsohn explores the duo's history and partnership.
July 30, 2023, 5:20 pm
Gerwig is winning acclaim for transforming Barbie from a stagnant symbol of capitalism and women's oppression into a canvas for exploring self-discovery, through an accidental jaunt from the toy world into the real one.
July 30, 2023, 6:37 am
David Filmore describes Shabbat as the perfect day to separate oneself from the hassles of the regular week. But as a kid, he wanted to do more on Shabbat than sit in synagogue. He wanted to go on adventures. So, he wrote a book about how to embrace Shabbat and the adventurous spirit. Jessica Abelsohn spoke to the filmmaker and author about Shabbos Schmabbos?