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.
KINO round-up of the favorites for this year’s German Film Prize. Fatih Akin’s Golden Globe winner "In the Fade" is the early frontrunner. But which movies could challenge it?
While there's a plethora of topics on the program for the Leipzig Book Fair, there's one thing on everyone's minds: the presence of right-wing publishers at the trade fair. Not a new subject, but a hotly debated one.
Hamburg band Kraus reviews 25 years of recent German history in a 33-minute song. It's called "Deine Kinder," or "Your Children" and it's been turned into a short film that played at this year's Berlinale.
As part of the Erdogan government's crackdown on dissidents, Zehra Dogan was sentenced to over two years in jail — for a watercolor. Now, the iconic street artist Banksy has represented and protested her plight.
Are video games sexist? One thing's certain: the gamer scene is longing for more female characters — and Lara Croft's character and body has incredibly changed since the first "Tomb Raider" in 1996.
Dancing in a disco, boozing in a bar? How boring! Nowadays, partygoers aren't satisfied with just any old party at your standard locale. They want to celebrate whenever they want, wherever they want!
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