Story Tag — France
The swap that saved a life
When Beltrame encountered terrorism, he let his faith guide him and saved a life.
“A Woman’s Life” ponders femininity in the 19th century
Stéphane Brizé’s latest film captures the sorrow and joy of life.
Netra captures urban misery
“Ingrates” paints a unique picture of the darker aspects of modern living.
Alcest’s “Komada” transcends in abysmal glory
The French pioneers expand blackgaze while perfecting their template.
A beginner’s guide to coldwave
An in-depth look into the intensely emotive and oft-overlooked genre.
History through a different light
“All the Light We Cannot See” engages readers to view the world in a new light.
Speakers offer Paris perspectives
Professors Tom Copeland, Judith Rood and guest Marie-Claude Arden answer students’ questions regarding the Paris attacks.