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Albert Nerenberg est un Acteur, Réalisateur et Producteur exécutif né le 13 octobre 1962

Albert Nerenberg

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Naissance 13 octobre 1962 (59 ans)

Albert Nerenberg (born October 13, 1962) is a Canadian independent filmmaker, actor, journalist, and laughologist. His films include Stupidity (2003), Escape to Canada (2005), Let's All Hate Toronto (2007), and Laughology (2009). Both Stupidity and Laughology are the first feature length documentaries to discuss the topics of stupidity and laughter.

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Sook-Yin Lee
Sook-Yin Lee
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Dan Aykroyd
Dan Aykroyd
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Dean Haglund
Dean Haglund
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Colin Mochrie
Colin Mochrie
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Filmographie de Albert Nerenberg (2 films)

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Acteur

Let's All Hate Toronto, 1h15
Réalisé par Albert Nerenberg
Origine Canada
Genres Documentaire
Thèmes Documentaire sur les villes
Acteurs Albert Nerenberg, Colin Mochrie, Dan Aykroyd, Rachel Blanchard, Russell Peters, Douglas Coupland
Note61% 3.052693.052693.052693.052693.05269
Mr. Toronto starts his journey in Hamilton after he sees a billboard boasting "Toronto Sucks" as an advertisement campaign. He finds out that some fans of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats put on bags over their heads because of the shame of losing to Toronto during the Labour Day CFL game every year. He decides to go around Canada on a fake "Toronto Appreciation Day" tour. Mr. Toronto visits St. John's and Halifax, where Atlantic Canadians spit on his "Toronto Appreciation Day" banner. Then he travels to Montreal where local comedy troupe The Dancing Cock Brothers sing "Goodbye Toronto, Bonjour Montreal" and where his Toronto work ethic influences the city to change the light bulbs on the giant cross atop Mount Royal. Next, he skips the Prairies (because “every Torontonian does”), and lands in Calgary and Vancouver, where he learns that resentment towards Toronto runs very deep. During the 2006 NHL Stanley Cup Finals, he visits Edmonton where he risks his life by wearing a faux Wayne Gretzky Toronto Maple Leafs jersey during the Edmonton Oilers’ Stanley Cup run.

Réalisateur

Laughology
Laughology (2009)
, 1h5
Réalisé par Albert Nerenberg
Origine Canada
Genres Documentaire
Thèmes Maladie, Documentaire sur une personnalité, Documentaire sur la santé, Folie, Le handicap
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Laughology tells the story of how Nerenberg became a Laughologist following a family tragedy and reveals new information about the nature of laughter. Nerenberg travels from Canada to the United States, India, London, and Tanzania in search of his laugh. Some of the elements of the film were chronicled in Nerenberg’s popular series in the Montreal Gazette on Positivity. The film also claims to have found the man with the world's most contagious laugh, Doug Collins. In the film, Collins travels with Nerenberg to London England where the science behind his laugh is tested by the neuroscientific team responsible for proving that laughter is contagious.
Let's All Hate Toronto, 1h15
Réalisé par Albert Nerenberg
Origine Canada
Genres Documentaire
Thèmes Documentaire sur les villes
Acteurs Albert Nerenberg, Colin Mochrie, Dan Aykroyd, Rachel Blanchard, Russell Peters, Douglas Coupland
Note61% 3.052693.052693.052693.052693.05269
Mr. Toronto starts his journey in Hamilton after he sees a billboard boasting "Toronto Sucks" as an advertisement campaign. He finds out that some fans of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats put on bags over their heads because of the shame of losing to Toronto during the Labour Day CFL game every year. He decides to go around Canada on a fake "Toronto Appreciation Day" tour. Mr. Toronto visits St. John's and Halifax, where Atlantic Canadians spit on his "Toronto Appreciation Day" banner. Then he travels to Montreal where local comedy troupe The Dancing Cock Brothers sing "Goodbye Toronto, Bonjour Montreal" and where his Toronto work ethic influences the city to change the light bulbs on the giant cross atop Mount Royal. Next, he skips the Prairies (because “every Torontonian does”), and lands in Calgary and Vancouver, where he learns that resentment towards Toronto runs very deep. During the 2006 NHL Stanley Cup Finals, he visits Edmonton where he risks his life by wearing a faux Wayne Gretzky Toronto Maple Leafs jersey during the Edmonton Oilers’ Stanley Cup run.

Producteur

Let's All Hate Toronto, 1h15
Réalisé par Albert Nerenberg
Origine Canada
Genres Documentaire
Thèmes Documentaire sur les villes
Acteurs Albert Nerenberg, Colin Mochrie, Dan Aykroyd, Rachel Blanchard, Russell Peters, Douglas Coupland
Rôle Producteur exécutif
Note61% 3.052693.052693.052693.052693.05269
Mr. Toronto starts his journey in Hamilton after he sees a billboard boasting "Toronto Sucks" as an advertisement campaign. He finds out that some fans of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats put on bags over their heads because of the shame of losing to Toronto during the Labour Day CFL game every year. He decides to go around Canada on a fake "Toronto Appreciation Day" tour. Mr. Toronto visits St. John's and Halifax, where Atlantic Canadians spit on his "Toronto Appreciation Day" banner. Then he travels to Montreal where local comedy troupe The Dancing Cock Brothers sing "Goodbye Toronto, Bonjour Montreal" and where his Toronto work ethic influences the city to change the light bulbs on the giant cross atop Mount Royal. Next, he skips the Prairies (because “every Torontonian does”), and lands in Calgary and Vancouver, where he learns that resentment towards Toronto runs very deep. During the 2006 NHL Stanley Cup Finals, he visits Edmonton where he risks his life by wearing a faux Wayne Gretzky Toronto Maple Leafs jersey during the Edmonton Oilers’ Stanley Cup run.