Radu Jude’s latest feature examines the Romanian Holocaust and a nation in denial.
An intellectual debate escalates into the unwinding of tightly-coiled fears.
Or how gag cartoonist Ken Krimstein took the plunge into midcentury philosophy.
Instead this Greenhouse production invents its central dramatic incident to make its point.
But the production’s happy ending feels unearned.
Lee Sandlin’s magnum opus on Americans’ amnesia about World War II makes a Russian reflect on how differently we experienced the war.
Five very long film masterpieces.
Also, attorney general candidate Scott Drury believes Madigan thought he was wearing a wire during a meeting.
Eighteen survivors came to Skokie’s Illinois Holocaust Museum Thursday to express solidarity with the refugees and nationals of seven primarily-Muslim countries who have been forbidden entry into the U.S.
The exhibit is an illuminating and wide-ranging survey of the practice of body art.
Peter Braunfeld, who now lives in Champaign, is part of the new documentary.
“Trump will burn himself out. Even Hitler knew to come on slowly,” Adina P. Sella says.
László Nemes’s acclaimed debut feature re-creates the awful plight of the Sonderkommandos.
“Forbidden Art” at the Polish Museum of America features work created in Auschwitz, Buchenwald, and Ravensbrück.
Two women who both went to the Soviet arctic and spent time on the deck of Exodus, though under completely different conditions, meet via Skype.