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Arts.21 22.12.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC

Grimms' Fairy Tales - A celebration

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Grimms' Fairy Tales - A celebration

Topic 2012 | Margarethe von Trotta Jewish-German philosopher Hannah Arendt fled from Nazi Germany to the United States, where she, among other things, worked as a university tutor. Then „The New Yorker” sent her to cover the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Israel and she wrote her book „A Report on the Banality of Evil”, that started a controversy.
Quelle: Heimatfilm

Drama, 100 Min.
Director: Margarethe von Trotta
Script: Pamela Katz & Margarethe von Trotta
D.o.P.: Caroline Champetier
Sound: Michael Busch
Art Director: Volker Schäfer
Costumes: Frauke Firl
Editor: Bettina Böhler

Banality of Evil - Hannah Arendt on film

Topic Siebte Gruppenausstellung der Fotoagentur Ostkreuz; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 08.11.2012; Copyright: Jörg Brüggemann/OSTKREUZ***ACHTUNG: Das Bild darf ausschließlich im Rahmen einer Berichterstattung (über die Ausstellung Ostkreuz) genutzt werden***via Nadine Wojcik

No Limits - A photo exhibition on borders

Arts.21 celebrates the fabled Brothers Grimm and takes another look at the philosopher Hannah Arendt, who’s the subject of a newly released film. A photo exhibition explores the issue of borders, and the last part of our series on Wagner takes us to Venice, the city that inspired the famous composer.

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Grimms' Fairy Tales - A celebration

200 years ago, the brothers Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm published their first collection of fairy tales. Today the stories have been translated into more than 160 languages and are among the most widely-read works of German literature. Our homage to the Brothers Grimm has a few surprises in store - it turns out that they spun a few tales of their own when it came to ensuring their reputation.

Banality of Evil - Hannah Arendt on film

Hannah Arendt was a German-Jewish political theorist who fled the Nazis in 1941and settled in the US. Twenty years later, her account of the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem made her a celebrity. Now a new film is paying tribute to the famous - and controversial - philosopher.

No Limits - A photo exhibition on borders

While some borders are useful and meaningful, others do more harm than good. In a recent project, photographers from the Ostkreuz agency embarked on a journey across nations, races, classes and religions to capture the meaning of borders - with thought-provoking results.

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Out of Bayreuth - Death in Venice

In our series Out of Bayreuth, reporters have been travelling the world from Beijing to Ohio to find out how Wagner is being performed today. In the last episode, we pay a visit to Venice, the city where Richard Wagner spent his final days - and where his operas continue to delight audiences.

  • Date 22.12.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
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  • Date 22.12.12 | 21:30 - 22:00 UTC
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    23.12.12 | 03:03 - 03:30 UTC
    23.12.12 | 09:30 - 10:00 UTC
    23.12.12 | 14:30 - 15:00 UTC
    23.12.12 | 18:03 - 18:30 UTC
    24.12.12 | 07:30 - 08:00 UTC
    24.12.12 | 19:30 - 20:00 UTC
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