Every year the Berlinale presents its Shooting Stars. This year the German actress in the spotlight is Jella Haase best known as Chantal in German box office comedy S*** me Shakespeer. But Jella has a different side too.
He's just 19 years old, and he’s never studied acting – yet Louis Hofmann is already playing major film roles. Now he's been named Germany’s Shooting Star for 2017. A well-earned honor and career boost!
Humor in hard times: a number of comedies are in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. Also on the show: Louis Hofmann, featured in the festival’s European Shooting Stars program. Plus: skiing in Austria.
KINO - the Film Magazine reports from the Berlinale: highlights from the competition, European Shooting Star Louis Hofmann, parties, the red carpet, 'Trainspotting 2', Moritz Bleibtreu and, of course, Richard Gere!
"The Shape of Water" and "Dunkirk" are well represented among the Oscar nominees, and "Call Me By Your Name" is up for best picture. The awards will be presented on March 4 in Los Angeles.
While everyone is talking about "Fire and Fury," an exposé of the Trump White House by journalist Michael Wolff, a book with the same name published in 2009 is seeing renewed sales.
Hugh Masekela has died, aged 78. Recognized as the 'father of South African jazz,' he was also known for his anti-apartheid activism.
Georg Baselitz was thrown out of art school at the age of 18 because of his love for Picasso, and he has remained controversial and provocative ever since. To mark his 80th birthday, DW looks back at his life and work.
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
Highlights of the first day of the high profile Parisian Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2018 week include collections by Schiaparelli and Iris van Herpen.
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