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.