Marc Maron and Andy Kindler on Alan Zweig's "When Jews Were Funny"

Director Alan Zweig's new documentary, "When Jews Were Funny" won the Best Canadian Feature prize at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. The documentary explores the history of Jewish humour and asks provocative questions about identity and the entertainment industry. Zweig and two comedians featured in the film, Marc Maron and Andy Kindler, join Brent in studio for a panel discussion...
Director Alan Zweig's new documentary, " When Jews Were Funny" won the Best Canadian Feature prize at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. The documentary explores the history of Jewish humour and asks provocative questions about identity and the entertainment industry. Zweig and two comedians featured in the film, Marc Maron and Andy Kindler, join Brent in studio for a panel discussion on stereotypes, assimilation and whether Jews are as funny as they used to be.

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