What to expect at Berlinale 2016: The latest Coen brothers' film "Hail, Caeser!", movies about migration, George Clooney and culinary cinema. The Berlinale seeks happiness in a troubled world.
The Coen brothers delivered the perfect opening film for the 66th Berlinale festival. The red carpet was teeming with celebrities from the satire "Hail, Caesar!" as Berlin hosted Hollywood's A-list.
It is the most famous German film production company: Founded in 1917, Ufa produced films that remain great classics — as well as works of propaganda for the Nazis.
From the floor of the Frankfurt stock exchange to the concert hall of the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie — hundreds of thousands of Germans read aloud or listened to children's books to help develop a lifelong love of reading.
For better or worse, the nickname "Papa" stuck to the composer Joseph Haydn. But which composer did Haydn himself call "the father of us all?"
As the Tate Modern in London opens a retrospective of Amedeo Modigliani's paintings and sculptures, DW spoke with curator Simonetta Fraquelli about what made his work so controversial and why he was surprisingly complex.
After the "Jamaica" coalition talks aimed at building the next German government collapsed in Berlin on Sunday, Germany's top culture critics took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
The German Press Ball in Berlin is one of the first balls of the season. Here are some of the most important black-tie dance galas coming up. Some are charity events, others are more about seeing and being seen.
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