Berlinale 2018: 385 films, plenty of prizes. "Touch Me Not" wins the Golden Bear! Also: a terrorism drama with Daniel Brühl, short films from the revolutionary 1960s and portraits of musicians and performers captured on celluloid.
The Berlin Film Festival jury surprisingly selected a confrontational work on sex and intimacy as the Golden Bear winner. It's more than a politically correct choice in the #MeToo era, says DW's Elizabeth Grenier.
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.
Diversity and creativity characterize the African film industry — despite the lack of funding opportunities. The Africa Hub at the Berlin International Film Festival offers African filmmakers a platform for their art.
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