Suppressed upon release and stuck in obscurity for decades, the Vietnam War documentary F.T.A. has been restored.
For Veterans Day, here are some movies that don’t fit mainstream narratives about military service.
I’m not saying that this is what you should do instead of watching Hamilton on Disney+, but I’m not not saying it either.
Less than a mile from the White House, the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Artists Respond boldly surveys how artists wrestled with showing how their government had gone wrong.
Drawing on many genres and styles, Vo meditates on history, freedom, love, faith, and death.
By accepting patriotic doctrine even as it claims to present all sides, the epic documentary takes some slippery liberties with truth and history.
HANOI, Vietnam — The “Hanoi Hilton” is the sarcastic nickname bestowed by US prisoners of war on the Hoa Lo prison in Hanoi, formerly North Vietnam.
Pop culture fetishization of war and violence of video games are explored with vivid watercolor-based animation in Eddo Stern’s Vietnam Romance, on view at Postmasters gallery in Tribeca.
When Ho Chi Minh, the father of current-day Vietnam retreated north to regroup during the French Indochina war of 1946, he was accompanied by a number of artists.