Nathan Fielder’s new show deepens his weird, discomfiting, and hilarious investigation into the line between what’s fake and real.
Charles Bramesco is a freelance film and TV critic living in Brooklyn. A former staff writer for Rolling Stone, his work has been featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, the Guardian, and many other fine publications. His first book, a volume on vampire movies for the "Close-Ups" series from Little White Lies, is now available.
The Forgotten Indie Film That Recreated Manhattan’s Old Jewish Enclave
Like many of Silver’s films, the 1975 indie drama about Manhattan’s old Jewish enclave has been unjustly forgotten. But you now have the perfect opportunity to discover it.
How a ’70s Anthropological Experiment Turned into the “Sex Raft”
In Marcus Lindeen’s documentary The Raft, the subjects of the disastrous study reenact its strange events.