Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick talks about how new political realities are reflected in the programme of this year's festival and about the films he is most looking forward to.
Germany's largest film festival, the Berlinale, opens on February 15. From the #MeToo movement to Wes Anderson's opening film, the festival's director Dieter Kosslick reveals what makes this year's program special.
19 films from international directors will compete to win the festival's Golden Bear for best film. Berlinale's 68th edition will also address the #MeToo movement and industry gender parity through side events.
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.
With 10 nominations, "3 Days in Quiberon" is this year's top contender for a "Lola," as the German Film Awards are also known. Here are other works that could win a prize on Friday.
Berlin's first literature festival with and by African writers, "Writing in Migration" explores these authors' trans-cultural experiences. Ahead of the event, DW spoke to three authors taking part in its program.
Take part in the quiz and you could win great CDs! We play a cover version of a German hit, and you tell us who did the original.
Inge Morath's eye for detail and her meticulous manner of working led the Austrian journalist to join the famous Paris-based Magnum photography agency. A show devoted to her work opens in Berlin.
The most important prize in the country's gaming industry, the German Computer Games Awards selects innovative games in 14 categories. This year's winners include "Huxley," "Assassin's Creed Origins" and "Townsmen VR."
200 years of coal mining have certainly left their mark on Europe. As Germany prepares for the closure of its last two hard coal mines, an exhibition in Essen takes a look back at the "Age of Coal."
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