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Tagged with: Nazis

The ugly side of Silicon Valley

A new book puts the history of Stanford, Palo Alto, and the tech industry in a very critical, and very relevant, perspective.

‘Sisu’ director heads to Finnish homeland for Nazi-killing romp

Jalmari Helander on why he loves when cast and crew are struggling against the elements.

Screen Grabs: Young stars of ‘Tori and Lokita’ shine in perilous refugee tale

Plus: 'The Five Devils' a potent tale of oppression, while 'The Forger' tries for lighthearted Holocaust survival (?)

Screen Grabs: WinterFest brings Ukrainian kids, artificial shtetls, orthodox drama

Plus: 8mm video diaries by late, great local resident George Kuchar and a history of the Laemmle theatre chain

Screen Grabs: A lost local ’90s gem finally gets a revival

Plus: A Lebanese all-woman rock band doc, the return of Dario Argento and Claire Denis, and 'All Quiet on the Western Front"

Rousing ‘Indecent’ is a celebration of Judaism and theater

SF Playhouse production of Paula Vogel's play delves deep in the past to question the political role of art

The good, the bad, and the ugly at this year’s Toronto Film Festival

Sania Halifa captivates in 'Hawa' and Harry lays it bare in 'My Policeman'—but what was Sam Mendes thinking with his latest?

Speaking to Olivia

She'll always be remembered for her music and beauty, but Olivia Newton-John also welcomed questions about grief and loss

Letter from Lisbon: Healthcare, housing, and ham sandwiches

Portugal's relatively high tax rate helps keeps homelessness and housing prices relatively low. And the beer is good

Screen Grabs: A touching, lost young adult classic from the ’70s comes back

Plus: French farce 'My Donkey, My Lover & I,' Costa Rican romance in 'Clara Sola,' witchy 'Moloch,' more new releases