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‘Son of Saul’ Wins Oscar, Cementing Strength of Holocaust-Themed Films at Academy Awards

Nearly 85 percent of all Holocaust-themed Oscar nomineesgoing back to the first, ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ (1959)have received at least one Academy Award

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Mexican Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki Hits His Stride

Lubezki, who often partners with Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón, is up for a third straight Oscar for ‘The Revenant’

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Hollywood’s Ultimate Honor Isn’t the Oscar. It’s the Irving.

Who stands taller in film history than the legendary head of production for MGM, Irving Thalberg?

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‘Son of Saul’ Nabs Oscar Nomination

Already a Golden Globe winner, ‘Son of Saul’ sets its sights on the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film

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Israel’s Academy Awards Entry is a Farsi-Language Film

‘Baba Joon’ already won Best Picture at Israel’s version of the Oscars. Can the movie about conflict inside an Iranian Jewish family win again?

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Sondheim Blasts Gaga’s Oscars Performance

And—cautiously, tremulously—Rachel Shukert offers a dissent

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Rock, Paper, Scissors of PC Victimology

Muslim > gay, black > female, and everybody > the Jews

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The Oscar Winner’s White House Connection

He wrote The Imitation Game. His mom was Jewish community liaison.

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‘Ida’ Wins: The Count Is Now 20 Out of 23

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Holocaust film takes home an Academy Award

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What to Expect at the Academy Awards

From Boyhood to Birdman, everything you need to know for Sunday night

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Polish Film ‘Ida’ Shortlisted for Oscar

Pawel Pawlikowski’s bracing film up for Foreign Language Academy Award

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A Question From the Tattler: Why Didn’t John Travolta Know Who Idina Menzel Is?

Somehow, the mangling of the Broadway actress’s name may be the best thing to happen to her underappreciated career

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‘Omar’ and ‘Bethlehem’ Tell the Same Story—But Only One Was Nominated for an Oscar

The better, more real, and more compelling of the two Israeli-Palestinian intelligence films opens this week in the U.S.

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Jewish Films and Filmmakers Nominated for 86th Academy Awards

Woody Allen abuse allegations cast shadow over reception of ‘Blue Jasmine’

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BDS and the Oscars: How Screenwriter Ben Hecht Defied an Anti-Israel Boycott

Hollywood has a model of a principled political stand in the writer of ‘Gone With the Wind’ and the Broadway hit ‘The Front Page’

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Oldest Holocaust Survivor Dies at 110

Alice Herz-Sommer featured in Oscar-nominated film, The Lady in Number 6

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Israeli Zombies, Killers, Torturers, and Human Parasites Invade World Cinema

As Hollywood looks to mine B-movies for remakes, genre schlock has growing escapist appeal in Israel

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Sharon’s Health Deteriorating; Egyptian Protestors Killed

Plus a rabbi’s take on Inside Llewyn Davis, and more in the news

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Daybreak: Gaza Rocket Strikes Southern Israel

Plus Harvey Weinstein’s role in Michelle Obama’s Oscar appearance

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The ADL Responds to Seth MacFarlane

Tick tock like clockwork

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Daybreak: Purim Costumes Gone Wrong in Brooklyn

Plus Israeli documentaries strike out at the Academy Awards

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This Week on The Scroll

A look back at the week that was

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Tablet’s Guide to the Academy Awards

Brush up on your history and learn more about the nominees

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Israel and the Oscars

‘The Gatekeepers’ and ‘5 Broken Cameras’ vie for the Academy Award

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Oscar Night Medley

Billy Crystal is long gone, but the Academy Awards medley need not be! The Tattler sings of 2012’s best films.

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Tablet Goes to the Oscars

What if LincolnLife of Pi, and other Academy Award-nominated films got sequels starring Jewish characters?

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Michael Moore Aids ‘Five Broken Cameras’ Director

Controversial filmmaker Emad Burnat was detained at LAX

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Terror and the Surveillance State on Film

Zero Dark Thirty and the Israeli documentary The Gatekeepers are up for Academy Awards. Only one should win.

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Hollywood’s New Shoah

The Golden Globes and Oscars reward Lincoln and Django. Are slavery movies the new Holocaust flicks?

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