I made it into the Bronx, dumped my car in a fenced-in pay lot around 200th street, grabbed a couple notebooks and pens, my keys and the clothes on my back and started walking toward the war zone.
"It’s always the same thing—people who are making their careers claiming they are speaking for people who they say are supposedly voiceless but who are actually shouting to be heard and are still being marginalized."
From Annie to Exodus: Gods and Kings, Interstellar to The Theory of Everything, we celebrate all that is soulless in prestige film.
Three weeks into rehearsals of Josh Harmon's “Bad Jews”—a dark comedy that has raised eyebrows for its name and received critical acclaim for its previous runs—Alison McCartan sits with her back to a cluttered studio apartment set and explains her discovery of the play while selling merch in New York City, and how she got from there to landing the role of the ever-abrasive Daphna Feygenbaum herself.
Jamie Bissonnette has been a busy man