Watch This: Stiffed (Toronto Jewish Film Festival)

A famous actor and director didn't make the TJFF grade

The Toronto Jewish Film Festival‘s current campaign tells us “only the best of Jewish film” gets on screen. Apparently, porn superstar Ron Jeremy just doesn’t make the grade with his submissions The Rod Father and Woodfellas.

DDB is not listed as a partner on this film, but the agency is steering this year’s promotional campaign (see the link above).

Director: Brian Lee Hughes
Production company: OPC/Skunk
Director of photography: Jason McCormick
Executive producer: Donovan Boden/Harland Weiss (OPC), Matt Factor (Skunk)
Post-production: Rooster Post
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant editor: Nick Greaves
Colour: Alter Ego
Audio: Pirate
Music Supervisor: Chris Tait

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