In UK cinemas now. Online from 23rd Jan 2017.
"Candid introspection and self-interrogation... profoundly moving." Wendy Ide
"Compelling and revealing" Larushka Ivan-Zadeh
"Unsparingly intimate... utterly compelling" Matthew Reisz
"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode
"Lovely, personal and abjectly honest... Very funny and poignant" Peter Bradshaw
“Moving, insightful and beautifully crafted.” Dave Calhoun
“The New Man is a film about maleness, parenthood, mortality, Jewishness and sex. If it had a bit about football, it might be my favourite ever.” David Baddiel
Josh Appignanesi directed feature films including ethnic indie comedy hit The Infidel, the award-winning drama Song of Songs, and co-wrote Sarah Jessica Parker's All Roads Lead to Rome. He has collaborated with Turner Prize-winning artist Martin Creed as well as talent such as Tom Hiddleston, David Tennant, Sara Kestelman and John Malkovich.
Devorah Baum is Lecturer in English Literature and Critical Theory at the University of Southampton. She is the author of two forthcoming books, Feeling Jewish (a book for just about anyone) (Yale University Press, 2017) and The Jewish Joke (Profile Books, 2017). This is her debut film as director.
David Baddiel & Charlie Phillips
Mia Bays Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of (Producer, 2015), Lilting (Creative Producer, 2014), Ill Manors (Creative Executive, 2012), Shifty (Marketing Consultant, 2008), Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (Producer, 2006)
Sarah Mosses They’ll Have To Kill Us First (Producer, 2015), Planetary (Co-Producer, 2015). Film consultant and impact strategist, CEO of Together Films.