Montreal synth-pop trio Le Couleur delve into some disturbing history on their new album, Concorde, named for the supersonic airliner that in the 1970s made it possible for elite jet-setters […]
Chefs Brian Ahern and Jamie Finnegan come out of nowhere with a knockout French-German brasserie.
A new Museum of Contemporary Art exhibit collects abstract artists’ impassioned responses to World War II.
“Marry Me” is a fun and bizarre blast of psychedelic French garage
Two Michiganders put a violent end to their sister’s wicked ways
“Cuba: An African Odyssey,” screening Monday 2/8 at Biblioteca Popular, follows Cuba’s role in African liberation campaigns from the 60s through the 80s.
In Benoit Jacquot’s excellent Sade (2000), lissome French ingenue Isild Le Besco gave a seductive performance as a teenage girl corrupted by the legendary marquis. This absorbing thriller by Jacquot […]
This understated but affecting 2002 drama, which director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun says is one of just three features ever made in Chad, should be required viewing for American kids who think […]
This poetic masterpiece (1988) is the crowning work of Joris Ivens, the great Dutch documentarian and leftist, who made it in collaboration with his companion, Marceline Loridan, shortly before his […]