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UN workers call on Israel to establish order as chaos hampers aid in Gaza

newsweek.com United Nations workers are calling on Israel to establish law and order on both sides of the border in southern Gaza as protesters and looters have hindered the delivery of…

Google's Gemini AI Blasted For Eliminating White People From Image Searches

zerohedge.com Google's Gemini AI Blasted For Eliminating White People From Image Searches Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Modernity.news, Google’s Gemini AI program is being roasted…

Israel grapples with ‘Eichmann’ dilemma over Hamas attack trials

ft.com Proposal for dealing with October 7 suspects prompts comparisons with proceedings against Nazi war criminal

‘Langue Étrangère’ Review: A Tough and Tender Romance Between Two Teen Girls Finding Each Other in Translation

hollywoodreporter.com Crossing several borders at once, the coming-of-age romance Langue Étrangère leaps over state lines, overcomes language barriers and defies heteronormative boundaries to…

‘Zone of Interest’ Producer Says Filming at Auschwitz Took a Toll

thewrap.com Jonathan Glazer’s “The Zone of Interest,” only the fourth film in the 24-year feature career of the British director of “Sexy Beast,” “Birth” and “Under the Skin,” is in…

Colin Hanks, Mark O’Brien Join Russell Crowe and Rami Malek in ‘Nuremberg’ as Nazi Trial Drama Gears Up to Shoot (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com Colin Hanks (“Fargo,” “King Kong”) and Mark O’Brien (“Ready or Not,” “Arrival”) are set to star in “Nuremberg” from writer-director James Vanderbilt (“Zodiac,” “Scream V”).…

‘Shikun’ Review: Amos Gitai Channels Ionesco’s ‘Rhinoceros’ in His Scattered Critique of Israel

variety.com A loose adaptation of absurdist playwright Eugène Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros,” director Amos Gitai’s “Shikun” unfolds in a multi-use housing project, where it follows the…

The keeper of the Vatican's secrets is revealing century-old discoveries for forthcoming book

pbs.org The Vatican has been trying for years to debunk the idea that its vaunted secret archives are all that secret: It has opened up the files of controversial World War II-era…

UK documentary listens to both sides on Ukraine’s frontline with Russia

theguardian.com Sean Langan’s intriguing but curious documentary, Ukraine’s War: The Other Side, comes to a halt on a log in a wood the Russians call “Sherwood Forest”, near the frontline…

BRICS: Brazil Ends All Diplomatic Relations With Israel

watcher.guru In a consequential development for the BRICS nation, Brazil has ended all diplomatic relations with Israel. Indeed, a Reuters report notes that Brazil’s President, Luiz…

Pudgy Penguins’ Floor Price Temporarily Surpasses That of Bored Ape Yacht Club

unchainedcrypto.com The floor price of Pudgy Penguins, the popular non-fungible token (NFT) collection, temporarily surpassed that of the iconic Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) over the weekend,…

The rise of the Hitler chatbot: Will Europe be able to prevent far right radicalisation by AI?

euronews.com The far-right social media network Gab now hosts a Hitler chatbot, sparking fears over AI’s ability for online radicalisation. There is no point arguing with Adolf Hitler,…

Nashville neo-Nazi march sparks conspiracy theories

newsweek.com A neo-Nazi march through the Tennessee capital on Saturday has sparked a slew of wild claims on social media that the extremist rally was staged by Democrats. The…

‘From Hilde, With Love,’ About Anti-Nazi Activists in World War II Berlin, Debuts Trailer Following Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com “From Hilde, With Love,” which world premiered Saturday in competition at the Berlinale, has debuted its trailer (below). The film, directed by Andreas Dresen, centers on a…

This Star Trek: Voyager Pilot Moment Killed The Entire Series, According To A Producer

looper.com Learn More This Star Trek: Voyager Pilot Moment Killed The Entire Series, According To A Producer After watching two generations of Starfleet officers diplomacy their way…

Gift of the gab: how to become a supercommunicator

theguardian.com The trouble with communication is that we all assume we’re good at it. Occasionally, we are. A friend in need reaches out: we say just the right thing. Smiles all round.…

RFK Jr.’s specifically male outrage is attracting young male voters. But there’s a silver lining

msnbc.com Last summer, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. posted a workout video to his account on X (formerly Twitter). Shirtless, bench-pressing and pounding out pushups at Los Angeles’ famed…

Why Platformer is leaving Substack

platformer.news After much consideration, we have decided to move Platformer off of Substack. Over the next few days, the publication will migrate to a new website powered by the nonprofit,…

Kin of Italian victims of Nazis may finally get compensation

economist.com HEARING GUNFIRE, Leonildo Pistoni ran from the stables of his farm on the outskirts of Monchio, a mountain village in central Italy. He did not get far before he was shot…

Some German Jews say their country goes too far defending Israel

economist.com What do an Indian poet, an Australian political scientist, an Irish folk troupe, a British architect, a Bangladeshi photographer, an American historian of the Holocaust, a…

Antisemitism surges in France after the Hamas attacks on Israel

economist.com A short walk from the halal butcher and Istanbul supermarket, amid the brutalist tower blocks of Sarcelles, lies what remains of “Little Jerusalem”. Tucked under a…

Column: At age 60, 'Dr. Strangelove' feels more relevant than ever

latimes.com Peter Sellers, in one of his three roles, on the set of “Dr. Strangelove.” If you’re looking for validation of the line from songwriters Peter Allen and Carole Bayer Sager…

Robert Solow was an intellectual giant

economist.com Ensconced in a lorry, hidden from the enemy by the brow of a hill, the young Robert Solow decoded the radio signals of Nazi platoons across Italy. “We were very, very good…

Why ‘From Hilde, With Love’ Director Made Nazi-Era Berlin Seem Almost ‘Normal’: ‘I Wanted to Bring It Closer to Our Reality’

variety.com When Laila Stieler’s script for “From Hilde, With Love,” which world premiered Saturday in competition at the Berlinale, first came to director Andreas Dresen he was a…

Melanie Thierry-Starring ‘Mariana’s Room,’ Adapted From Novel ‘Blooms of Darkness,’ Launching in Berlin With WestEnd (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com WestEnd Film has boarded “Mariana’s Room,” the adaptation of Aharon Appelfeld’s prize-winning 2006 novel “Blooms of Darkness,” for worldwide sales. The film — which is now…

‘Treasure’ Review: Lena Dunham And Stephen Fry Team Up For A Strangely Flat Father-Daughter Road Movie

deadline.com When Australian writer Lily Brett published her novel Too Many Men in 2001, critics marvelled at the light, comic tone she had managed to strike in a novel about the lasting…

The crack Ukrainian assault brigade sent to launch counterattacks around Avdiivka has a murky past

businessinsider.com Members of the 3rd Assault Brigade during a trench clearing training exercise on October 14, 2023 in Kramatorsk, Ukraine. Diego Fedele/Getty Images Ukraine's 3rd Separate…

‘From Hilde, With Love’ Director Andreas Dresen Says He Sympathises With Berlinale Leaders Over Far-Right Invitation Controversy: “It Must Have Been Hell”

deadline.com Laila Stieler, Johannes Hegemann, Liv Lisa Fries and Andreas Dresen pose at the "In Liebe, Eure Hilde" (From Hilde, with Love) photocall during the 74th Berlinale…

Oppenheimer never won a Nobel Prize, but these 31 scientists with ties to the Manhattan Project did

businessinsider.com Ernest Lawrence, Enrico Fermi, and Isidor Rabi all won the Nobel Prize and contributed to the Manhattan Project. Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty…

How Donald Trump is making the GOP the party of Putin

msnbc.com Yesterday started with a real doozy of a statement from the Republican chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Congressman Mike Turner, who put out a statement warning…

Full list of Putin critics who have died in mysterious circumstances

newsweek.com For over two decades, President Vladimir Putin has squeezed dissent in Russia. Critics, journalists, and defectors have faced dire consequences after opposing him. From…

Berlin Festival Deals With Impact of the Gaza War, Filmmaker Protests and Cancellations

variety.com As the Israel-Hamas war continues to rage in Gaza, repercussions are being felt at the Berlinale, which looks to be one of the most politically charged editions in recent…

‘Favoriten’ Review: The Classroom Is a Community in a Lively, Poignant Primary-Education Doc

variety.com The kids in Ilkay Idiskut’s third grade class are, as they let you know within about five minutes of Ruth Beckermann‘s delightful Berlin Encounters documentary “Favoriten,”…

ZDF Studios Takes ARD Degeto Film’s ‘The Zweiflers’ for International (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com BERLIN — In a bellwether deal on one of the cutting edges of European TV, ZDF Studios has taken distribution worldwide on drama series “The Zweiflers,” produced by…

Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted with her own tweets at hearing

newsweek.com Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was confronted with her own anti-vaccination tweets at the House Oversight Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic on Thursday, with Rep.…

Franz Rogowski Starrer ‘Lubo’ Lands U.S. Sale For True Colours (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com U.S. specialty distributor Shadow Distribution has taken North American rights to Italian director Giorgio Diritti’s ethnic cleansing drama “Lubo,” toplining Franz Rogowski,…

Maisie Williams on the Traumatic ‘The New Look’ Premiere, and How Far She Went to Portray Catherine Dior

variety.com SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from the three-episode premiere of “The New Look,” now streaming on Apple TV+. In the opening episodes of Apple TV+’s new series…

‘God & Country’ Review: A Bracing, Rob Reiner-Produced Primer on the Dangers of Christian Nationalism

hollywoodreporter.com It’s not surprising that Dan Partland’s documentary about the increasing influence of Christian Nationalism begins and ends with footage from Jan. 6., 2021. Christian…

‘The New Look’ Fashion: Recreating Dior’s Iconic Bar Suit and Which Paris Hotel Stands in for the Ritz

hollywoodreporter.com Fashion fans are sure to be scrutinizing every detail of The New Look, the 10-episode Apple TV+ series that tells the story of Christian Dior (played by Ben Mendelsohn)…

‘I Have a PhD in Recognizing Bullshit’: Marjorie Taylor Greene Responds to FDA Expert Testifying Covid Vaccines Saved 3.2 Million Americans

mediaite.com Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks during a news conference in the Capitol Visitor Center Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) declared at a House hearing on Covid vaccines that…

Quebec Filmmakers Up the Ante

variety.com Quebec’s recent domestic box office charmers “One Summer” and “Ru” lead Canada’s diverse acquisition slate of 17 features — many coming off strong, award-speckled festival…

Berlin Rising Star Katharina Stark Always Knew She Wanted to Be an Actress

hollywoodreporter.com Apparently, there is a Santa Claus. At least for Katharina Stark. For the German actress, picked as one of this year’s European Shooting Stars set to be honored at the 2024…

Review: ‘The Vince Staples Show’ Is a Hip-Hop Head Trip

nytimes.com There have been enough offbeat comedies about rappers and hip-hop lately to make up their own genre — the shape-shifting surreality of “Atlanta,” the scatological farce of…

‘The New Look’ Release Schedule: When Do New Episodes Air?

thewrap.com Fashion and fascism collide in the Apple TV+ series “The New Look,” which follows French fashion and haute couture in a pivotal period post World War II and the Holocaust.…

‘The New Look’ Star Juliette Binoche Unpacks ‘Very Uncomfortable’ First Scene Showing Coco Chanel’s Nazi Ties

thewrap.com Note: The following story contains spoilers from “The New Look” Episode 1. Oscar winner Juliette Binoche experienced “very uncomfortable” moments while playing the role of…

WWII Fashion Drama ‘The New Look’ Is a Poor Fit for Its Material: TV Review

variety.com World War II is well-worn territory for prestige TV, but at first blush, “The New Look” has a novel way in. The Apple TV+ drama, created by Todd A. Kessler of “Bloodline,”…

‘The New Look’ Review: Ben Mendelsohn and Juliette Binoche Blend History and Haute Couture in Apple TV+ Drama

thewrap.com Largely set in the hothouse Parisian world of haute couture, “The New Look” views the waning days of WWII and the Nazi Occupation, and their aftermath, with fresh eyes. The…

‘The New Look’ Review: Juliette Binoche and Ben Mendelsohn Play Coco Chanel and Christian Dior in Sumptuous Apple TV+ Series

hollywoodreporter.com Drinking through “another night of German-occupied misery,” as his friend puts it, Cristóbal Balenciaga (Nuno Lopes) reflects on the days left to come. “Some day this will…

Problem Of Rafah Is 'Over A Million Civilians & 10,000 Hamas Operatives'; IDF Says

zerohedge.com Problem Of Rafah Is 'Over A Million Civilians & 10,000 Hamas Operatives'; IDF Says China has continued showing its disapproval of Israel's military operations in the Gaza…

‘Izzard Hamlet New York’ Review: A Solo Show That’s More Noble Than Wise

nytimes.com To laugh, or not to laugh? That is the question. Or at least one you may consider early in Eddie Izzard’s “Hamlet,” in which the comic portrays all the roles herself.…

Was Coco Chanel a Nazi spy?

newsweek.com Apple TV+'s historical drama The New Look has arrived, shining new light on the complicated legacy of Coco Chanel. The 10-episode series follows designer Christian Dior (Ben…

Volkswagen accused of hiding Nazi past in Super Bowl ad

aol.com The German car giant Volkswagen has been accused of glossing over its Nazi past in a multimillion-dollar advert for the Super Bowl. In an advert televised alongside the…

Alleged Neo-Nazi Loses Libel Lawsuit

reason.com From Weaver v. Millsaps, decided Wednesday by the Georgia Court of Appeals, in an opinion by Judge C. Andrew Fuller, joined by Judges Anne Elizabeth Barnes and Benjamin…

Russian media scrambles to bury Putin's Tucker Carlson interview gaffes

newsweek.com Kremlin-controlled media corrected a mistake that Vladimir Putin made about World War II in his interview with Tucker Carlson. Interjections by the former Fox News anchor…

No Libel or Emotional Distress Discovery for Being Called a "Nazi"

reason.com From Magistrate Judge Robert Norway's report and recommendation in Frank v. Fine (M.D. Fla. Jan. 5), adopted by Judge Paul Byron on Jan. 19: Plaintiff [Colby Alexander…

‘From Hilde, With Love’: Liv Lisa Fries Talks Powerful & Timely Berlinale Competition Entry About Nazi Resistance Heroine; Watch First Footage

deadline.com Babylon Berlin star Liv Lisa Fries recently sat down with us to discuss powerful and timely Berlin Film Festival Competition entry From Hilde, With Love, which debuts at the…

3 conspiracy theories Putin promoted in his Tucker Carlson interview that Carlson didn’t challenge

poynter.org Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced numerous unsubstantiated and conspiratorial views during his sprawling conversation with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson.…

Quietly, After a $4 Million Fee, MoMA Returns a Chagall With a Nazi Taint

nytimes.com For years, “Over Vitebsk” occupied a central place in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, which spoke of Marc Chagall’s painting of his hometown in the Russian…

The unexpected upside of the Russian liberal candidate who was not to be

euronews.com Boris Nadezhdin’s role was to be a certified loser. Yet, as hopeless and uninspiring of a candidate he was, he unwittingly gave Russian liberals hope, Aleksandar Đokić…

‘This Can Happen To Anyone!’ Pro-Trump Mandalorian Star Fired For Comparing Trump Fandom To Holocaust Warns On Fox News

mediaite.com Former Mandalorian star Gina Carano warned Fox News viewers that her firing after comparing Trump fans to victims of the Holocaust “can happen to anyone!” Carano is back in…

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