Doris Dörrie revisited Japan for her latest film. "Greetings from Fukushima" follows Marie as she attempts to help the victims of the Fukushima disaster.
Five years ago an earthquake and a tsunami devastated the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The result: a nuclear catastrophe that killed almost 19,000 people. With her film, Doris Dörrie pays tribute to the victims.
The trial of three former executives from the operator of the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant has begun. It will focus mainly on whether they were guilty of negligence before the nuclear accident.
Doris Dörrie returned to Japan for her new film "Greetings from Fukushima," shooting just a few kilometers from the nuclear reactor. The German filmmaker tells DW about the location, losses and new beginnings.
Most people only know author Stephen King by the film adaptations of his works. No one else can make audiences quiver in fear quite like he can. His movies are the stuff of nightmares.
He is known as the grandmaster of horror: Stephen King has been tapping into our fears like no other for more than 40 years. But the bestselling author also has a sensitive side.
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Photographer Gordon Parks captured some of the most pivotal moments of the Civil Rights Movement while exposing the realities of oppression and poverty. A show in Frankfurt shows some of his most celebrated works.
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.
Federal elections are around the corner in Germany, and candidates vying for a Bundestag seat are trying just about anything to garner a vote. We visited some unusual sites where candidates have hit the campaign trail.
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