Spain Ready to Break Pact of Silence Over Fascist Past
We directed a film on Spain's greatest taboos—the horrors of the civil war and Franco's dictatorship. The response from young audiences amazed us.
James Franco Accused of Sexual Exploitation
The actor's attorney denied the allegations from five women.
Wiseau, Franco Moment Steals Show at Globes
James Franco didn't let Tommy Wiseau talk and the internet was ablaze about it.
The Best TV and Film Performances of 2017
The performances, plus one ensemble, that impressed, moved, provoked and thrilled Newsweek this year.
Is The World Turning Fascist? And Does It Matter?
I have been spotting Mussolini in this Trump gesture, Hitler in that
Tel Aviv Diary: Aleppo Is Syria's Guernica
Assad is committing war crimes daily and thanks to Russia nothing can be done.
Trump Gains Big Time When Fantasy Replaces Fact
While creationists, global warming deniers and anti-vaccine groups seem like sideshows, each undermines a fact-based view of reality.
How The Stones Freed Spaniards From Franco
The Beatles may have toured in 1965, but it was the Stones in Barcelona in 1976 that marked the beginning of Spain as a major rock tour stopping point.
Spain Moves to Officially Define Franco as a Dictator
The "amazingly controversial" official description of Franco is to be replaced.
Newsweeks Past: Barcelona Surrenders to Franco
26 January 1939 marked a convincing victory to the civil war that had been raging for three years.
What We Know About 'The Interview,' the Movie You Can't See
Critics' thoughts, and a final scene from arguably the most famous film made about North Korea.
North Korea Revenge Hacking May Be Behind Major Movie Leak: Report
Five Sony Pictures films were leaked onto file-sharing sites by hackers last week.
UN Tells Spanish Government it Must Atone for Franco's Crimes
All over the country, victims of fascist execution squads lie buried in mass graves. Their relatives may now get help to find them
Spain Resists Exhumation of Mass Graves From the Franco Era
None of Spain's democratic governments has assumed responsibility for finding some 120,000 noncombatants in unmarked tombs.
Franco's Forgotten Victims
Spain is resisting the exhumation of mass graves from the Franco era