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Tagged with: Nazi

Degenerate Art Ensemble processes trauma through Butoh-inspired dance

Company's 'Skeleton Flower' at ODC confronts harsh experience but is also 'wrapped in love.'

Screen Grabs: High-tail it to ‘Hundreds of Beavers’

Hilarious and chewy. Plus: Jewish Film Institute Winterfest animates Ann Frank, James Baldwin scathes US

Screen Grabs: With ‘Bushman,’ a trip back to nearly unrecognizable 1971 SF

A feast of revivals including 'Household Saints' and 'Ghosts of Mars;' 'Vishniac captures Jewish ghetto life, more

Screen Grabs: Dance, music, sex, romance (and a little postwar German art)

Queen rock Montreal, Noir City crosses borders, Masc defies trad gender roles, 'Anselm' limns a heroic spirit, more

Screen Grabs: In ‘The Zone of Interest,’ poster children for the Master Race lifestyle

Jonathan Glazer's new film conjures shock from quiet scenes of domesticity just across the wall from Auschwitz.

Screen Grabs: Kick off your new year on Mars, with the great Nikki Giovanni

Plus: Splendid Spanish-language Oscar contenders, ecstatic dance flicks, 'Freud's Last Session,' more movies

Bringing classic ‘Jewish Frankenstein’ film ‘The Golem’ to musical life

Guitarist Gary Lucas plays his eerie live score for 1920 German Expressionist landmark at the JCCSF

Big Brotherly love? Finally, a Bay Area premiere for Michael Gene Sullivan’s ‘1984’

(Un)fortunately, this adaptation of Orville's famed surveillance story is evergreen.

What we saw at the Toronto International Film Festival

No starry red carpet, but plenty of dazzle in thoughtful new films by Anna Kendrick, Ava DuVernay, Wim Wenders, more

Something rotten: Nazi-occupied Denmark through young eyes in Richard Kluger’s latest novel

Seasoned journalist explores a country's moral quandry via historical fiction of 'Hamlet's Children.'