Coverage of Simone Biles shows that we still don’t know how to talk about adoption
When a sports commentator said the Olympian's parents were 'NOT her parents,' Twitter revealed that adoption is still cloaked in shame.
How one UCB comedian is making no-budget horror films
'For my dumb little comedy to need a few scenes recut for being too graphic is both hilarious and an honor.'
What I learned from teaching a standup comedy class to college students
Comedy is often found in a broken pattern.
Kids and grandparents react to ’90s toys exactly how you’d expect
Who knew that time moves along at a predictable pace?
How NYC.TV wants to localize digital media
NYC.TV helps with everything a filmmaker needs all the way through post-production and getting their projects seen.
The incredible true story of the Christian foot fetishists who stole 10,000 dirty socks
In 1998, two foot fetishists called the 'Southport Sockmen' asked Andy Smith to give him a dirty sock for charity. Now, Smith is making a movie about them.
‘Unfriended’ will make you question your relationship with the Internet
Gimmick or not, having a movie shot all on the computer screen is of huge cinematic significance.
The 6 questions ‘Ex Machina’ doesn’t answer about artificial intelligence
It’s well-worn movie territory: Can a human and an artificial intelligence live happily ever after?
13 questions I’m sick of hearing about my open marriage
I've been with the same man for more than a dozen years. We're deeply in love. We also have sex with other people. Any questions?
Louis C.K., parenthood, and the art of the standup confession
Parenthood opened up Louis C.K.'s act.
My high-class orgy for rich horny snobs was a bust
I'm not an orgy person. But last Saturday night, for a few hours, I became one.