Why do we close our eyes to the facts when we’re told a beautiful story about touring the world on foot, in traditional sandals?
In the late afternoon of 21st of December 1989, in Cugir, public institutions were burning to the ground. How did the smallest city to rise up in the Revolution defeat the established dictatorship in just one day?
An American researcher explores the Russian and Easter European animation created during the Cold War in her new book.
“Sometimes we are the only witnesses”, Rukmini says. “Bearing witness to these events is important. If not, it’s as if they never happened.”
A pro-life movement, supported by the US and funded by local money, is developing in Romania.
A Frenchman with a penchant for vampires invented a university and a gold medal, with which he tricked institutions, publications, and important intellectuals.
We went to Camden International Film Festival and found out how innovative technology helps us create empathy through more immersive stories.