Marty Feldman versus the Suits

by Mike Kuhlenbeck “The pen is mightier than the sword, and is considerably easier to write with.” –Marty Feldman THE SUBVERSIVE WISDOM of comedian Marty Feldman should be chiseled in stone, and his unique likeness carved into a monument celebrating his efforts to slay the Establishment with humor. Martin Alan Feldman was born in north […]

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Carl Th. Dreyer’s Film on Jewish Persecution

by Mike Kuhlenbeck INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED Danish film director Carl Theodor Dreyer (1889-1968) is perhaps best known to English-speaking filmgoers as the force behind the 1932 horror masterpiece Vampyr. However, Dreyer confronted a real-life evil that has haunted the world for centuries, the looming menace of anti-Semitism, with Elsker Hverandre — Love One Another. Dreyer’s fourth […]

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