A film that dramatizes the 2011 attacks on Oslo and a nearby island by Anders Behring Breivik has stirred controversy in Norway.
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Wendell Steavenson, who felt intrusive when talking to victims of horrific attacks, found freedom in writing her novel, “Paris Metro.”
Ronen Bergman’s “Rise and Kill First” examines the violent efforts used to bring an end to terrorism.
“The Believers Are But Brothers” invites a theater audience to join a messaging group to explore themes of religious radicalism and masculinity.
The journalist Sebastian Junger and the documentarian Nick Quested examine the causes and repercussions of a brutal conflict.
The show, “Black Crows,” will air on the popular satellite channel MBC 1. It aims, in part, to undermine the narrative that the Islamic State uses to entice recruits.
The Belgian playwright Ismaël Saidi writes comic plays that tour France and Belgium, and offer a message of multicultural tolerance.
Colin Hanks’s documentary follows the band that was playing at the Bataclan in Paris when terrorists struck in 2015.
This series was never intended to be taken too seriously. But after President Trump’s stringent immigration restrictions, the show had seriousness thrust upon it.
His sculpture “Bouquet of Tulips” will be permanently installed next year in the plaza in front of the Museum of Modern Art and the Palais de Tokyo.