In this highlights edition:
Berlinale photography, a visit to Seville in Spain, the Liszt bicentenary in Germany, literary classics as graphic novels and finally LED fashions.
Berlinale Photo Mission
A Berlin photo gallery in co-operation with festival organisers sent 18 young artists on a photographic mission at the Berlin Film Festival. Their remit is to come back with a unique perspective on the Berlinale.
A Trip to Seville
Join us for a visit to this outstanding city in southern Spain. It's famous landmarks include the largest gothic church in the world and the Alcázar, a former royal palace.
Liszt Bicentenary in Germany
German celebrations to mark Liszt Year started on February 16th 2011 in the town of Weimar. This is where the composer and pianist spent some important years of his life. 2011 marks the bicentenary of the birth of Franz Liszt.
Literary Classics as Graphic Novels
Graphic novels of great classics like Goethe's Faust and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein are proving popular. Publishers say they are making the classic tales accessible for a wider audience.
Fashion designers Francesca Castagnacci and Moritz Waldemeyer are leading the way to a brighter future by incorporating LEDs into their clothing and accessories. But is this just a gimmick or are the garments actually wearable?