Are we preoccupied with determining what's funny, and when and where it's appropriate to laugh?
Some of the films shown at New York's Tribeca Film Festival are receiving immediate theatrical release. Here's what to check out.
Once again the Tribeca Film Festival offers a wide array of thought-provoking cinema.
"Colliding Dreams" is a new documentary film about the ever more hotly debated subject of Zionism.
While some may find the laughs to be loutish and louche, overall this critic enjoyed it.
Marguerite is an exquisite film tribute to the strange, wonderful spirit of would be diva Florence Foster Jenkins.
Amidst the drink, drugs, sex, rock 'n' roll and baseball are funny sight gags, revealing a slapstick sensibility.
Senko's 90-minute documentary explores the techniques of and effects rightwing media has on listeners/viewers/readers.
On the face of it, a collaboration between Beckett and Buster Keaton sounds like an unlikely alliance of artists.
This film is the cinematic equivalent of a child slamming two plastic toy dinosaurs into one another.