"Hedi” takes a look at Tunisian youth, "Fukushima , mon Amour” puts the spotlight on survivors of the nuclear accident and "Hotel Dallas” looks at a Rumanian family whose life is influenced by the Dallas TV series.
After 11 days of film premieres and star-studded events, the Berlin International Film Festival came to a close on Saturday, with refugee documentary 'Fuocoammare' taking home the Golden Bear for best film.
Actress and director Asia Argento has left Italy for Berlin following what she calls 'victim-shaming' in Italian media after accussing Harvey Weinstein of assault, she revealed earlier this week.
German-born Mekhennet has focused her investigative career on diving into militant Islamist networks. She spoke with DW at the Frankfurt Book Fair about her job's dangers and why it is important to speak with jihadis.
With the latest software now using artificial intelligence and algorithms to compose and produce music, will song creators be out of a job? Or will music always need a human touch? DW's George Sims reports.
Quiet private shots from photo albums of yore are taking center stage at an exhibition in Berlin. In our age of image overload, the Museum of Things raises big questions about how we document our lives.
Thousands of social media users have been breaking the silence around the culture of sexual abuse, with international versions of the #MeToo hashtag going one step further. Here are some of the celebrities who reacted.
From Lassie to Struppi, our favorite four-legged friends have been with us through thick and thin. To underline World Dog Day on October 10, DW revisits the most famous dogs from the arts, literature, music and film.
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