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Tagged with: Syria

‘Look Me in the Eyes’ confronts the phantasmagoria of Kurdish history

At ICA SF, Hayv Kahraman employs haunting metaphors, conveying a surreal mythology of female figures.

Reflections on an explosion: the Beirut disaster three years on

Because the catastrophe fits no grand geopolitical narrative of war and history, its destruction is easily forgotten by the world

’20 Days in Mariupol’: A war reporter must cover the ‘soft targets’ at home

'When I see people who need help, I would rather drop my camera,' says Ukrainian filmmaker and journalist Mstyslav Chernov

In endless US wars, some people matter, and some people don’t

Author Norman Solomon talks about the human toll of the military machine—and why we so rarely hear about it.

Screen Grabs: Folly and excess in ‘Annette’ and ‘Nine Days’

But a moving 'Ailey' gripping 'Sabaya,' and poignant 'What We Left Unfinished.' This week's new movies!

Screen Grabs: SF as a longtime ‘refuge for weirdos and artists’

'Tell The We Were Here' remembers. Plus: DocLands guide, Middle East peace goals, Parkland tragedy teens

Foreign Correspondent: Biden drops bombs in the Middle East

The new president continues the failed policies of his predecessors.

What’s really going on with China’s Uighurs?

Experts say US officials are seeking enemies, not the truth.

Foreign Correspondent: Battle lines drawn on ending Yemen War

The Biden Administration has a chance to undo a disastrous label and open the door for peace.

Screen Grabs: A trek through world cinema to scratch your travel itch

New Brazilian Cinema series, The White Tiger, Mandabi, and films from rural Mexico to Poland, India, and Sudan