Tag: Charlie Hebdo

Philippe Lançon: Life After Charlie Hebdo

In Disturbance, the French writer and journalist describes his slow reconstruction after being severely wounded in the terrorist attack against newspaper Charlie Hebdo. A deeply moving account the author will present in the U.S. from January 23-31. On January 7, 2015, two men armed with assault rifles entered the offices of satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo and opened fire on...

Charlie Hebdo is Taking on America
The Washington Post

While the satirical newspaper is a household name in France, it is most widely known in the U.S. as the target of an Islamic terrorist attack in 2015 that killed 12 journalists in its Paris offices. Often, the publication’s controversial and brash cartoons, such as a recent cover of Hurricane Harvey victims as underwater Nazis, have sparked controversy in the...

An Hour-by-Hour Documentary on the Charlie Hebdo Attacks

British director Dan Reed made the documentary Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attacks, which recounts the attacks against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo and the Hyper Cacher supermarket in January 2015. The French version — Janvier 2015 : au cœur des attaques — was shown on the France 2 channel in January 2016. The original version will be available...