As we approach Pesach, the holiday where Jews like myself celebrate liberation from slavery in Egypt and reflect on our history, the question of Jewish identity reaps through my mind.
Whenever I told people I was working on this list, a typical response was, “What even came out this year?”
At only 19 years old, first time director Phillip Youmans is already making his mark on the film industry. His debut feature film, “Burning Cane,” won the Founders Award at the Tribeca Film Festival this April making Youmans the first Black director to win the award and the youngest director to show a film at the festival.
What if David Cronenberg started out on YouTube?
On Friday, The Preppie Connection was premiered at the IFC center in downtown NYC with a private afterparty with the cast at the High Line Hotel. Check out notes and review below.