Jaan Roose is slackline world champion. They call him the crazy Estonian: and no wonder! With his daredevil stunts and spectacular show, the sport has seen a boom in his home country.
Extreme athletes are always chasing records with daredevil stunts. Trial bike world champion Kenny Belaey hit the headlines in 2015 after riding a 20 meter slackline at a height of 2,700 meters.
In this Arts.21 special edition we meet five young, plucky filmmakers from Pakistan, Iran, Mexico, China and Palestine. Their works break boundaries, and that takes courage.
His latest novel, "4321," is considered his magnum opus. American cult author Paul Auster will be reading from it and discussing the work in five different German cities this week.
The new film "Rammstein: Paris" will hit movie theaters around the world on March 23. The footage was taken from two concerts in the French capital. Recently, the band turned out for the film's premiere in Berlin.
Like many of his recent works, the Chinese artist and activist's latest monumental installation deals with refugees. His largest installation yet is now on show at a new exhibition at the National Gallery in Prague.
Insults, rape and death threats: Even though the internet was supposed to be the great equalizer, hate speech online has led women to take a more passive role. In Germany, the search for solutions is on.
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