Tarantino turns history on its head in this World War II fantasy where the Jews come out on top.
Viggo Mortensen plays a literature professor who is gradually shifting from being a 'good' German to becoming a kingpin of the Nazi machine.
As the French education ministry revisits Holocaust curricula this month, advocates say Chambon-sur-Lignon's story would be 'revolutionary' for schoolchildren.
Students at Vassar College in the US and the University of Potsdam in Germany share ideas – and cultural differences – on Germany's 'darkest hour.'
In the dark comedy, two hit men (Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson) hide out in the medieval Belgian town until their boss (Ralph Fiennes) catches up with them.
Geraldine Brooks’s new novel offers lessons in tolerance.
The new novel by Pulitzer Prize winner Geraldine Brooks features a book that becomes a witness to history.