Anne Joseph is a freelance journalist who writes about Jewish arts and culture. She has a special interest in film, particularly Israeli cinema.
Film review: Molly's Game
Aaron Sorkin's latest movie leaves our critic feeling short-changed.
Film review: The Unseen
Anne Joseph finds a domestic thriller lacking in scariness and surprises.
Film review: Menashe
Anne Joseph enjoys a film about a foolish but loving father
Suburbicon film review: A macabre comedy with t...
George Clooney’s latest film as director is a dark, crime, comic satire
Review: Robert Pattinson's new film Good Time
Robert Pattinson has well and truly put his pretty boy, teen heart-throb days behind him
Reunited with her stolen children
For as long as he can remember, documentary filmmaker, Danny Ben-Moshe knew that he had two older half-siblings. Now he has made a film about his mother's story
Henry Goodman: ‘I wanted to be a very ﬁne British actor’
Henry Goodman tells Anne Joseph about his latest role, a Jewish father in a "sweet and cheeky" new film
Film review: The Death of Stalin
There's a lot to laugh at in this absurd retelling of a dark period of history, says Anne Joseph
Film review: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)
Anne Joseph enjoys a tale of family woes
Jonny Zucker: 'He made you feel golden'
Children's author Jonny Zucker took his own life last year. Anne Joseph talked to his wife about a new initiative in his memory
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