In Ukraine, civilians and National Guard soldiers are performing on stage together. They’re freeing themselves of war-related traumas by literally acting them out.
Award-winning filmmaker Samuel Maoz shares with DW the personal story behind his latest film, Foxtrot, and why his allegory of Israeli society made him an enemy to many in his home country.
The trauma of war doesn't end for refugee children when they reach a safe country. In Germany, the psychological effects of the war may influence their daily behavior and have a negative impact on their future.
French filmmaker and journalist Claude Lanzmann, renowned for the nine-and-a-half hour documentary "Shoah," died aged 92. His masterpiece revisited the Holocaust as an event in the present, rather than as history.
Almost one-third of all refugees in Germany are women. However, they receive little attention in the debate on integration, which makes settling into the country all the more difficult.
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