Holocaust cinema has always grappled with the seemingly impossible question of whether historical atrocities can be rightfully represented on screen. And, is it even worth trying to artistically recreate such a crime against humanity? Jonathan Glazer’s 2023 film “The Zone of Interest,” loosely ...
Isabel HahnArts & Culture Editor
Isabel Hahn is an Arts & Culture section editor who concentrates in English and Behavioral Decision Sciences. In her free time, she enjoys watching movies, reading, and journaling.
On the precipice between life and death, the discoveries one makes about oneself can be earth-shattering. Spanish director J. A. Bayona’s 2023 survival film “Society of the Snow” — adapted from Pablo Vierci’s 2009 book and nominated for “Best International Feature Film” at this year’s ...
In “Heaven knows,” PinkPantheress embraces a more polished sound, while still protecting her loveable authenticity.
“Pain Hustlers” tries to tell an exhilarating and suspenseful story but ultimately fails to impart a lasting message to audiences.
In ‘Dusk to Dawn,’ Lamp takes listeners on a nostalgic journey through the seasons.
Festivities include ribbon-cutting ceremony, inaugural public performance
Undergraduate publication Brown Journal of Medical Humanities highlights personal narratives within medical fieldBy Isabel Hahn | October 5
There is no shortage of undergraduate-run publications on campus, covering everything from public health to poetry. Now joining their ranks is the Brown Journal of Medical Humanities, a publication covering the intersection of medicine and the arts.
Iván Ramos introduces book ‘Unbelonging: Inauthentic Sounds in Mexican and Latinx Aesthetics’ at CSREA Book TalkBy Isabel Hahn | September 25
Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies Iván Ramos spoke at a book talk about his recent work “Unbelonging: Inauthentic Sounds in Mexican and Latinx Aesthetics” last Thursday in Pembroke Hall. The talk was the first in a series of New Book Talks sponsored by the Center for the ...
Coming-of-age comedy movie brings an embarrassingly entertaining depiction of adolescence, with a spotlight on Jewish culture.
Exhibit ‘Endangered Animals and Their Ghosts: The Wish to Move Backward’ opens at the Watson InstituteBy Isabel Hahn | September 14
The exhibit consists of a series of mosaics of endangered animals, emphasizing sustainability and reducing human interference.