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Israeli “sand artist” Ilana Yahav creates works that are part art, part ballet, part animation, with story/pictures accompanied by music that draw in the viewer.  The original soundtrack for this film is composed, played and sung by Jeanne Rabin.

In this especially contentious and frustrating election year, We the Voters features short films to educate and inspire voters. If you are not happy with the impact that politicians and corporations are having on our election, check out these films […]

I love the School of Life series on YouTube. Here’s their take on the history and culture of manners.

Margaret Qualley (daughter of Andie MacDowell) stars in a new commercial for Kenzo Perfume, directed by Spike Jonze (“Her,” “Being John Malkovich,” “Where the Wild Things Are”) and it is wonderfully, deliciously, deliriously nutty. The choreography is by Ryan Heffington […]

If at first you don’t succeed….

Parents are never prepared to answer the “Where do babies come from?” question. When writer/director Evan Blank was asked to write a comically awkward scene, he remembered his own conversation with his father. Twinkies and Donuts is his cute, comedically […]

Happy 4th of July!

Take a moment to appreciate and re-commit to the founding principles of this country — happy 4th of July!

One of my favorite performers is interviewed by one of the most thoughtful questioners in the business: “Off Camera’s” Sam Jones talks to “Key and Peele’s” Keegan-Michael Key about excellence, courage, destiny, and why comedy improv has to work backwards, […]