At a new exhibition on Soviet Estonia, some of the reminders of the past are “remainders” – still in use today.
Some historical events are so momentous that the human mind finds it hard to comprehend their scale and complexity. The nuclear catastrophe at Chernobyl falls into that category.
The slapstick Castle of Love does not directly touch on the sensitive cultural and historical issues that have complicated ties between the two countries. From Eurasianet.
How do you grow the local film industry in a country with just three year-round cinemas?