He was a European, a pacifist, and a great writer. He fled the Nazis in 1934, and never returned to Europe. A new film explores Zweig's inner turmoil during his life in exile, torn between fame and despair.
World-famous Austrian writer Stefan Zweig fled the rise of the Nazis - but exile in Brazil brought him no happiness. In 1942, he took his own life. A new film looks back at his life - and ahead to the present.
The 35th edition of the Munich film festival has opened with Claire Denis's “Let the Sunshine In.” An epic new Hitler documentary and Sofia Coppola's "The Beguiled" also await.
Post-colonialism takes center stage in Fiston Mwanza Mujila's "Tram 83." The book and its German translation have grabbed a top German translation prize.
In 2012, Kraftklub came to fame with a hymn to their hometown of Chemnitz, formerly known as Karl-Marx-Stadt. The band has just released their third album in which hip hop meets punk rock.
To grab people's attention and raise environmental awareness, artists, musicians and activists have turned to more visual ways of getting the message across - including sometimes drastic measures.
As the death toll rose early Tuesday following an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, the city pulled together online to help located the missing and offer beds and help to those in need.
As high fashion designers take their feminine styles to shops, straight men can now wear pink and man buns. But DW's Jan Tomes writes that the latest menswear trends are bland - and some verge on cultural appropriation.
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