by Ilana Kramer

Tradition? Tradition!

Sitting at a Chinese restaurant, 33-yearold Brooklynite filmmaker Debra Kirschner confides, “You know, it’s such an uphill battle to be ‘found’ as a filmmaker.” So instead of waiting to be found, she decided to well…find herself The result is her first independent feature film, “The Tollbooth” (2004). With Maria Sokoloff (from “Dude Where’s My Car” and other films) and Tovah Feldshuh, it’s a modern-day spin on “Fiddler on the Roof.”

Continue reading this article…

Already a subscriber? Log in above to keep reading. Or subscribe now for immediate access to the complete digital and print editions, plus exclusive online access to Lilith's back issues.