In an enlightening and even chillingly relevant interview, we spoke with Ferne Pearlstein, the director of the Holocaust comedy documentary The Last Laugh.
(When) is it okay to laugh at the Holocaust? The Last Laugh investigates this question in a funny, sometimes sad, but highly relevant new film.
In the season finale of the web series "Ac'tiv•ist," Sam deals with the fallout from the deer accident, but sets aside her organizing to have an evening with Phil.
In the fifth episode of the comedy web series "Ac'tiv•ist," Sam is called away from a fundraising dinner to do damage control.
In the fourth episode of the comedy web series “Ac’tiv•ist,” Miles pushes back and the group has some unexpected visitors. Want to learn more about the themes of the most serious episode of the series yet? Hear from the cast…
In the third episode of the comedy web series "Ac'tiv•ist," the group holds a big protest and Sam takes Phil to an exciting event.
In the second episode of the comedy web series "Ac'tiv•ist," Sam enjoys her campaign's new-found success -- until she meets the new volunteers.
Broad City rips to shreds the narrative that older women aren't attractive. Thank you, Abbi and Ilana, for creating more space for hot boss ladies.
Jon Stewart, host of The Daily Show, is promoting his new film Rosewater and seems to feel comfortable with a dust up over his long-running lampooning of pro-Israel dogma. After being silent on Israel except in the scope of carefully-crafted…
When I was younger, I was half convinced that all gay people were Jewish. Certainly, the only images of gay people I saw in the media were characters in the plays of William Finn, Tony Kushner, and Paul Rudnick. (That…