Kathleen Jones on two recent biographies of midcentury women of noir: producer Joan Harrison and actress Veronica Lake.
Kathleen B. Jones
A major independent filmmaker on the challenges of adaptation and the power of grief.
Simone de Beauvoir in conversation with enemies, friends, and allies.
Kathleen B. Jones speaks to filmmaker Lilly Rivlin about her latest documentary, “Heather Booth: Changing the World.”
Kathleen B. Jones review “Rwandan Women Rising” and discusses it with its author, Swanee Hunt.
Kathleen B. Jones interviews director Terence Davies and reviews his new film about Emily Dickinson.
Kathleen B. Jones interviews Maria Schrader about her new film, “Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe.”
All photographs courtesy of Zeitgeist Films and the Hannah Arendt Private Archive. All rights reserved. FOUR YEARS AGO, Margarethe von Trotta’s...
A Jew who was (and is) called anti-Semitic for her controversial portrait of Eichmann.
Hannah Arendt and the kinds of friendship.