Patrick Vollrath has already won an Oscar - a student Oscar. Now he’s been nominated in the best short film category for "Everything Will Be Okay".
Three films made at German film schools have received prizes at the Student Academy Awards in Los Angeles. The works were chosen from among a record number of entries.
Hollywood remains an elusive dream for many Germans who work in the film industry. Can government grants and marketing change the image of German cinema in the US?
The nominations for Hollywood's most glamorous award have been revealed: "The Revenant" obtained 12 nods, and "Mad Max: Fury Road" follows with 10 nominations. Ridley Scott's "The Martian" got seven bids.
New crew, new starship, new adventures: "Star Trek: Discovery" comes more than 50 years after the original series debuted on TV. Here's a look back at how it became so successful.
It's Banned Book Week: From "Harry Potter" to "The Alchemist," here are popular works that have faced censorship somewhere in the world. Even the dictionary hasn't been spared.
Having bidden an intermittent farewell to his fans in a concert on September 8, the Portuguese singer and winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is fighting for his life in a hospital in Lisbon.
German artist Andrea Büttner is among the four finalists of this year's prestigious Turner Prize. A gallery in Hull, UK exhibits her work along with the other three nominees.
With the world's highest number of startups per capita, Israel is a dream come true for many young entrepreneurs. DW went to Tel Aviv's DLD Innovation Festival to find out what makes the Israeli tech scene so successful.
Berlin is known for its diverse restaurant scene. But as DW's Rachel Stern reports, hybrid, fusion and crossover restaurants don't always receive a warm welcome - often for political reasons.
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