A trendsetting photographer's work examined, classics you should revisit or share for the first time, and more in this month's edition.
Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable
Jewish photographer Garry Winogrand, his work, and those he influenced with his groundbreaking style are examined in this well received documentary, which recently become the winner of the Special Jury Award for Documentary Feature at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival.
Originally conceived and produced by J. J. Abrams, the horror film follows a team of American paratroopers who, after being dropped into Nazi-occupied France, discover and face off against bloody and violent creatures that are a result of a secret Nazi experiment.
Video On Demand
The Big Lebowski
You could stick to the Jewish supercut of Walter Sobchak's best moments; but we encourage you to see the entire Coen brothers film about mistaken identity, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.
The 1996 film features one of Robin Williams' best performances as a Jewish father, Armand Goldman. Armand's love for his son is what sets into motion the hilarious comedy that ensues. When his son essentially tells him that his way of life will not only embarrass him but ruin his chance at wedded bliss, Armand turns his life upside down to make his son happy at the cost of whatever harm it may do to his relationship, business, and self-worth.
Blu-Ray & DVD
Spike Lee's latest film, and one of his most acclaimed in years, tells the true story of how a black police detective, Ron Stallworth, infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan during the 1970s. Adam Driver co-stars as his Jewish partner on the force, who helps pull off the undercover operation by "standing in" as Stallworth at Klan meetings and rallies.