Stephen Applebaum is a widely published UK-based writer with more than 25 years' of experience contributing to newspapers and glossies at home and abroad
The comfort of horror (films)
Ari Aster’s debut feature, Hereditary, has been hailed as a future horror classic. Stephen Applebaum meets a self-proclaimed neurotic hypochondriac
Searching for her great-grandfather's lost pictures
Elizabeth Rynecki's new film tells the story of her quest to find her great-grandfather's works of art which captured the world of pre-war Polish Jewry
‘I’m gay, raised as a Mormon and now I’m proudly Jewish.’
A new documentary tells the story of H. Alan Scott's journey from Mormon to Jew.
Interview: Steven Spielberg
Next year he'll celebrate 50 years as a Hollywood hotshot, this year he has two films out. Steven Spielberg tells Stephen Applebaum how it all started as a way of defusing antisemitism.
Oren Moverman on his 'Trumpian' film
Stephen Applebaum met the Israeli director of The Dinner, which stars Steve Coogan and Richard Gere
Foxtrot: a film about pain and trauma
The film Foxtrot has caused controversy in Israel. Stephen Applebaum met its director
'I’ve always been seen by other people as Jewish'
Michael Showalter, actor, comedian and writer, reveals how his own family story prompted him to direct the hit film The Big Sick
Jake's going big — with a pig
He's known for his subtle style - but Jake Gyllenhaal's gone wild in his latest film, he tells Stephen Applebaum
Talking to survivors
Llion Roberts' new documentary Destination Unknown captures the stories of Holocaust survivors. He tells Stephen Applebaum how and why he made the film.
Testimony of the survivors
Ed Mosberg has made it his life's work to testify about the horrors of the holocaust.Now he is featured in an extraordinary new film.
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