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Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’ has long promised a big budget, blockbuster take on the biblical narrative. And the director has spoken of incorporating Midrash and Rabbinic commentaries into a truer representation of the material. He told The Playlist, immediately after production wrapped, “In the Bible the story is only a couple of pages, and the perception […]

By Saul Sudin Darren Aronofsky’s dreams are finally coming true. As he tweeted recently, production is underway on his film adaptation of the Torah’s story of Noach, a project he has ambitiously hoped to make since his Bar Mitzvah. The filmmaker behind Pi, The Fountain, and the Academy Award-winning Black Swan is taking a radical […]

When last we reported on filmmaker Darren Aronofsky’s long-gestating dream project Noah in February of this year, it seemed like the screen version would continue to languish in development hell. So Aronofsky, much as he did with his ambitiously religious The Fountain, began working on a graphic novel adaptation of he and frequent collaborator Ari Handel’s […]

Academy Award-nominated Director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, The Wrestler) has had a dream project boiling for several years now that would feature his take on Noah and the flood. There is still no word on when, if ever, the film would be made, but it has now been revealed that Aronofsky is currently producing a […]

PLEASE NOTE VENUE AND TIME CHANGE ‘Noah’ Film + Discussion w/ MoHo Park Slope + Jewish Art Now Tuesday, April 8 at 6:40pm Regal Cinemas 106 Court St. Brooklyn, NY MoHo Park Slope & Jewish Art Now join forces to bring you the biblical movie event of 2014: Get in on what all the hippest […]

By Ian Mohr | “NOAH” director Darren Aronofsky is launching an art exhibition in conjunction with his upcoming Biblical epic movie starring Russell Crowe, Page Six has learned. The director will curate “Fountains of the Deep: Visions of Noah and the Flood,” featuring never-before-seen works by more than 50 contemporary artists as well as […]

By Saul Sudin No upcoming film is more anticipated here at Jewish Art Now than director Darren Aronofsky’s take on the events of Noah and the flood, simply titled ‘Noah‘. Past projects like Pi and The Fountain have shown the filmmaker has no fear tackling exciting experimental takes on Judaism and spirituality and for almost […]