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Film


China China Forum Film

China’s growing influence on the world stage is well known. It has, by some counts, displaced the US as the world’s largest economy; Militarily, …


Film Ukraine

“I closed my laptop. The next time I opened it was a month and a half later.” Produced in part by Netflix, Winter on …


Film Venezuela

Oliver Stone’s documentary Mi Amigo Hugo is exactly what you’d expect it to be: an expression of the personality cult of Venezuela’s late revolutionary …


Film

Michael Moore’s moviemaking career began with the 1989 film Roger & Me, which “documents” his unsuccessful attempts to get an interview with then GM …


Film USA

Trumbo, the 2015 biopic of communist screenwriter Dalton Trumbo and his campaign to break the Hollywood blacklist, is a charming story of good and …


Cold War Communism Film

In advance of this weekend’s Oscar awards ceremony, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) is pleased to announce a new award to highlight …


Cold War Film USSR

This Cold War drama contains much to commend it. The film does not shy away from dealing with the character of communist rule and …


Communism Film

This month we saw the release of SPECTRE, the next undoubtedly exciting adventure in the career of fictional superspy James Bond. The film reportedly …