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: The Touch (1971)
Bergman’s touch fails to ignite this film from the past
There's much of Jewish interest at the annual celebration of Polish film in London next month
Film review: The Post
There's a timely resonance to Steven Spielberg's latest, says Anne Joseph
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
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