Results for “Bangladesh

Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Frenchman’s passion for Bangladesh’s Liberation War

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Dhaka Tribune, December 16, 2020

A true revolutionary has to get close, very close, to the things themselves; he has to move into the places where History, with a capital H, really happens.

Bernard-Henri Lévy Implores Documentarians to Film the Front Lines of War

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Jewish Journal, December 07, 2023

French philosopher and filmmaker Bernard Henri-Lévy’s new documentary, “Glory to the Heroes,” is a raw collection of the battles and fears on the front lines of the Ukraine-Russia War in the summer of 2023.

On the frontline of Putin’s terrifying invasion

David Patrikarakos, Daily Mail, December 03, 2023

BHL takes cover as trenches are bombarded - as Kyiv's counter-offensive stalls and gets bogged down against well-fortified Russian lines

Portrait of Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Purple, May 10, 2011

The rules of the game: names, a collection of names, all of which had one thing in common: they had in one way or another played a part in BHL's intellectual or personal life.

On war and its dehumanization

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Purple, January 09, 2023

As a philosopher, what is BHL's idea of war? Is war fundamentally human? Is man, in the end, a wolf who hunts man? Or is there still hope of eradicating war?

Bernard-Henri Lévy bares his Jewish soul

Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal, January 11, 2017

Philosophers only rarely achieve the celebrity of a rock star or a sports hero, but Bernard-Henri Lévy, who has been described as “France’s greatest philosopher,” is an exception.

Nuart Retrospective Presents the War Documentaries of Bernard-Henri Lévy

Gerri Miller, Jewish Journal, January 21, 2021

BHL makes cinema verité documentaries from the front lines of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones, depicting war in all its brutality to highlight the plight of the oppressed.

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s Fierce New Testament

Liel Leibovitz, Tablet, November 19, 2021

The French thinker’s latest book offers a global vision in which national pride and universal ideals can powerfully coexist.