An unrealized surrealist film project known as ‘Giraffes on Horseback Salad’ is rendered in comix, the latest of a century of Talmudic riffs on the disruptive vaudevillian outsiders
This year, politics was everything
The best Woody Allen movie you’ve probably never seen
A gifted actor who thrived on ambiguity, he made ‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’ a masterpiece
Hannah gets some unexpected news, Woody Allen and Saul Bellow get name dropped, and Ray confronts his own mortality
Id meet ego. Ego, id. The celebrated, controversial, highly self-aware filmmaker’s new ‘Café Society’ is about himself—but who is that?
The star of Woody Allen’s upcoming ‘Café Society’ spoke with Vox about assimilation and his family’s dry goods store in southeast Poland at the turn of the century
Dispatch from La Croisette: Woody Allen’s critics hogged the spotlight until Bernard-Henri Lévy waltzed in with the Kurdish high command
Miley Cyrus and Woody Allen are going to make art together—for America
Jesse Eisenberg talks about Woody Allen, Obama’s tailor, Jewish humor, and his new collection of funny short stories
Critic Lee Siegel explores the misanthropy that drove Groucho Marx and examines how we miss the mark on the comedic giant
The controversial director will create a half-hour show viewable online
Daphne Merkin talks about orphaned dolls, Swedish mattresses, and her ragbag of luminous essays
Portnoy’s Complaint and American Pastoral raise more than $130,000
HBO show’s final season opens in 1931, after the real-life gangster was killed
I know Woody Allen’s 1977 film is a classic, but I just can’t seem to enjoy it
And a challenge for our readers
Woody Allen’s 1976 flick is the Jewish actor’s favorite romantic comedy
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