This week's Arts.21 is a Berlin Film Festival special, with flicks from the Arctic Circle and a soup kitchen, kids' films, the latest on documentary filmmaker Andres Veiel and: the winners of the Golden and Silver Bears.
A sex-filled movie on intimacy and consent took home the Golden Bear at the Berlinale, Germany's largest film festival. Other winners included Wes Anderson for "Isle of Dogs" and Ana Brun in Paraguay's first entry.
A confrontational film on intimacy and sex, "Touch Me Not" by Adina Pintilie won the most prestigious award of the Berlin International Film Festival. Silver Bears were also awarded in different categories.
Fatih Akin, Miyazaki and Fassbinder each created exciting new cinematic worlds and duly won Berlinale Golden Bears. Before the 2018 trophy winner is announced, we look back at former recipients of the coveted prize.
Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, Jeanne Moreau: Hardly any other country has so many grandes dames of cinema as France. Here are some of the country's most unforgettable artists — and those who might still become one.
Award-winning journalist Michael Idov chronicles his odd daily life as the chief editor of GQ Russia in "Dressed Up for a Riot: Misadventures in Putin's Moscow." He told DW how the opposition evolved since the 2010s.
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.
Before his death at the age of 31, Keith Haring had made a name for himself in New York's pop scene for his use of seemingly simplistic drawings and biting political statements. His work is on display in Vienna.
Computer games are a matter of life and death — and everything in between. Every year thousands of new games compete for players' attention, but only a select few have really changed the gaming landscape over the years.
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