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La Rafle and the Importance of Memory

Abraham H. Foxman | Posted 01.28.2013 | Entertainment
Abraham H. Foxman

La Rafle (The Round Up), a French film directed by Roselyn Bosch, and featuring a stellar cast of French actors including Jean Reno, Melanie Laurent and Gad Emalehm, brings the horrifying events of those days into powerful relief.

The 11 Best Films You May Have Missed In 2011

Leonard Maltin | Posted 02.25.2012 | Arts
Leonard Maltin

If you're a discerning moviegoer who lives in a community with a specialty theater (or art house, as we used to call them), you may have seen some of the titles on my list. But there are some smaller, more offbeat pictures, that fly under the radar of even avid film buffs.

The 11 Best Films You May Have Missed In 2011

Leonard Maltin | Posted 02.25.2012 | Arts
Leonard Maltin

If you're a discerning moviegoer who lives in a community with a specialty theater (or art house, as we used to call them), you may have seen some of the titles on my list. But there are some smaller, more offbeat pictures, that fly under the radar of even avid film buffs.

Leonard Maltin's Top Five Indie Film Recommendations

Leonard Maltin | Posted 01.31.2012 | Arts
Leonard Maltin

It takes the better part of a year to survive the continuous stream of mediocre movies (and worse) so we can finally get to "the good stuff." Now that we have a bounty of first-rate movies to choose from, we have to insulate ourselves from the awards-season hype that touts good films as great and fine performances as brilliant. Seasoned moviegoers—and critics—have their work cut out for them.

Three New Movies that Shed Light on the Holocaust

Deborah King | Posted 11.27.2011 | Entertainment
Deborah King

All three films will help you to remember to examine your own past, to ferret out the truth of your own self-betrayals, your own extermination of the parts of yourself you'd rather not accept.

5 Must-See Indie Films

Leonard Maltin | Posted 10.04.2011 | Arts
Leonard Maltin

By Leonard Maltin As we come to the last month of summer movie season, discerning filmgoers can still find satisfying alternatives to blockbusters-o...

HuffPost Interview: Aidan Quinn talks about Sarah's Key

Marshall Fine | Posted 09.21.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Denial, Aidan Quinn says, is a persistent force that's hard to fight. That's true whether it's one man looking at his own life - or the government of...

HuffPost Review: Sarah's Key

Marshall Fine | Posted 09.17.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

"Sarah's Key" is a wrenching film told on two levels about one woman's desperate story. Even as it indicts the French for their complicity in the extermination of the Jews, it examines the reverberations of that era that continue today.

'Sarah's Key': Thank Heaven for Little Girls

Regina Weinreich | Posted 09.12.2011 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

Jewish mothers became the secret stars of the evening as Harvey Weinstein introduced a private screening of "Sarah's Key" at the MoMA on Monday, July ...