The legacy of Hugo Chávez as told by Western media.
Chilean Film About Pinochet-Era Referendum Captures Past as Present.
As Oscar predictions were being made early this year, there were two undisputed winners — Daniel Day Lewis for best actor in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” and Michael Haneke’s “Amour” for best foreign film. Although Haneke had been snubbed before (in 2010 he was the favorite to win for “The White Ribbon” but didn’t), the stars seemed to be aligning for the Austrian director. And they did — the demure Haneke walked away triumphantly with a statuette last month.
A well-attended panel prompts questions of how students should approach making and discussing controversial work
The Getty's new project underscores L.A. as the city for fresh perspectives on Latin American art
If there's one thing we learned this week is that, like Fiona Apple, Hannah Horvath wants to feel it all