Arts videos

The Newsroom: Aaron Sorkin's new show

By Jennifer Lipman, April 3, 2012

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who penned The West Wing and The Social Network, is back. His new television series The Newsroom will be on air this summer. A look at what to expect from the series.


The Dictator: Sacha Baron Cohen's latest role

By Jennifer Lipman, March 28, 2012

Sacha Baron Cohen stars as a fictional dictator in search of a new life in the United States.


Ellie Brewer: KS Factor competition

By Jennifer Lipman, March 26, 2012

King Solomon High School pupil Ellie Brewer emerged victorious from the KS Factor competition this week, with a performance of Adele's One and Only. Watch the singing sensation perform live.


Israel's Eurovision 2012 entry: Izabo - Time

By Jennifer Lipman, March 14, 2012

After last year's debacle with Dana International, Israel has chosen a relativly unknown act to represent it in the Eurovision Song Contest, to be held this year in Baku, Azerbaijan, on May 26. This is Izabo, with Time.



By Jennifer Lipman, March 6, 2012

Brightne up your day with this clip from Mary poppins of the song "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", composed by Robert and Richard Sherman. Robert Sherman died this week.


Baron Cohen's 'Dictator' on Oscars sanctions

By Jennifer Lipman, February 24, 2012

The comedian responds to unilateral action by the organisers of the Academy Awards.


Jessie Ware: Running

By Jennifer Lipman, February 15, 2012

Former JC reporter Jessie Ware releases her new single Running on March 26. The Londoner has been tipped as "Most likely to win a Brit award" by the Guardian.


Andrew Garfield stars as Spiderman

By Jennifer Lipman, February 7, 2012

Jewish actor Andrew Garfield puts on the Spidey Suit in the new installment in the superhero series.

The Amazing Spider-Man will be in cinemas next summer.


In Darkness: Oscar nominated Polish Holocaust film

By Jennifer Lipman, January 24, 2012

Nominated for an Academy Award, director Agnieszka Holland's film In Darkness tells the story of a family from the Lvov ghetto hidden with the help of a Polish man, and the bond that forms between them.


Fiddler on the Roof - the lego version

By Jennifer Lipman, January 17, 2012

The classic film - with a twist.