The Soviet Union produced countless hilarious comedies — so why have they barely made an impact in the West?
The Nazi invasion of Ukraine was caught on camera by a German soldier. Are these images revelatory or sinister?
Oliver Stone’s lavish Nazarbayev documentary is just the latest blow to independent Kazakhstani filmmakers
Russian action art is prolific. But is it time to stop treating self-harm as art?
Why the Russian government’s TikTok rebrand is doomed to fail
Confessions of a caregiver: I shot all my photo projects indoors to show the pain of isolation
Remembering Keith Flint, the Prodigy firestarter who brought rave to Eastern Europe
Collective: what the acclaimed documentary reveals about Romania today
Why it’s time to talk about Borat’s Roma problem
Can the power of memes reach Bulgaria’s apolitical youth?
Why we shouldn’t be celebrating the release of Dau, the troubling epic 14 years in the making
Beauty and the east: is it time to kick our addiction to ruin porn?
Everything you need to know about Dua Lipa’s ‘Greater Albania’ map controversy
Russia’s most esteemed director has escaped jail time. But what comes next for Russian artists?
Epic film Dau has been accused of abusing its actors. But where is the line between simulation and reality?
Kiev or Kyiv?: why is the question of what to call Ukraine’s capital so hard to answer?
A Russian activist clothing brand is proving there’s more to fashion than Black Friday deals
Luc Besson’s spy thriller Anna shows the West is still hung up on harmful stereotypes of Russian women
Not just Chernobyl: how New East TV turned to the dark side, with a little help from HBO