An Interview with Andrew Bujalski
The subject matter of Ido Haar’s Presenting Princess Shaw, and Tomer Heymann’s Mr. Gaga may be worlds apart, but each film sheds light on what it means to create -- and be created by -- the artistic process.
The future of R-Rated comedy is in the hands of a foul-mouthed frankfurter and his foodstuff pals.
A new film on iconic artist Marc Chagall is bio-pic, part art-history lesson, and more than a little chaotic.
In Bob Byington’s 7 Chinese Brothers, Jason Schwartzman gives us a total dick we almost cheer for.
The notorious fashion photographer appears to have a soft spot for some Jewish stuff he noticed on the Upper West Side.
A teenaged Mitt Romney forced a haircut on a closeted gay student while his buddies held him down at his ritzy boarding school. But don't worry, he liked the Jews.
Drake's Jewishness and blackness are, apparently, always in question.