Playing the piano, going for walks and doing household chores are what make Daniel in New York an everyday hero for Alzheimer's patient Byron O'Connell. Now he's making a film to encourage those dealing with the disease.
In 1962, young West German filmmakers rang in a new era for movie-making in the country. German post-war cinema, they said, is dead. The Locarno film festival tries its hand at a reinterpretation.
Meryl Streep is such a dedicated Democrat that she recently satirized Republican Donald Trump in a fat suit. Now she's shocked that her "Bridges of Madison County" co-star Clint Eastwood says he'll vote for Trump.
Director Volker Schlöndorff is shooting his new film “Return to Montauk,” based on a short story by Max Frisch, in New York. The film stars Stellan Skarsgård and Nina Hoss. KINO visited the master director on the set.
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