High risk: Hong Kong’s artists fight for more democracy. Also: soccer as a force for peace in the Middle East conflict; a wrathful novel about immigration; and the roving European biennial Manifesta hits Zurich.
The legendary Castro Theatre in San Francisco is celebrating new German cinema at the biggest German-language film festival outside Europe, and the stars of the scene are in attendance.
DW heads to the 68th Berlin Film Festival, meets avant-garde artist Mary Bauermeister and feminist activists Guerrilla Girls, and catches up with German film stars in San Francisco.
This week, extreme art: from the life of a radical Islamist family in Syria to photography that captures melting glaciers in Greenland. Plus, DW looks at the lesser known side of artist Gabriele Münter, and listens to Diego Piñera’'s Latin jazz.
Who will win the Golden Bear? Bets are open, but some of the most promising works of the Berlinale's competition were shown at the end of the festival. Here's a look at the top candidates.
Von Stosch won the Islamic Republic's "World Award for Book of the Year" for his work examining Islam from a Christian point of view. The theologian said the award honored all those who support an "emancipated" Islam.
After three disastrous years at the Eurovision Song Contest, Germany is seeking an act that will lead the country out of its ESC doldrums. Six strong contenders vie for the honor at the national level on February 22.
Pudgy, flat-faced, sniffling, with an adoring gaze – pugs are a hit with dog-lovers. In Germany and around the world, the soft, wrinkly, lovable hounds have become a high fashion breed. What makes them so irresistible?
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
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