Arts & Culture

11 July 2019
Abramovich Millions for Arthouse Flicks
In this summer’s Russian blockbuster, a rising local boy takes on the combined might of Hollywood and the hidebound state film commissars.
By Ky Krauthamer
27 June 2019
Where your Grandma’s Kitchen Belongs in a Museum

At a new exhibition on Soviet Estonia, some of the reminders of the past are “remainders” – still in use today.

By Abel Polese
21 June 2019
Chernobyl: Anatomy of Disaster

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.

By Peter Rutland
14 June 2019
Baku and Tehran Produce Border-Crossing Love Story

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.

By Austin Clayton
19 April 2019
154 Films in Search of an Audience, in Kosovo and Beyond

How do you grow the local film industry in a country with just three year-round cinemas?




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