KINO meets the master of political film, Ken Loach, to talk about his latest work, the award-winning "I, Daniel Blake." We also look at the German refugee comedy, "Willkommen bei den Hartmanns."
A German comedy about the refugee crisis. Simon Verhoeven’s film walks a tightrope between slapstick and social criticism while holding a mirror up to the German mass audience.
Legendary director Ken Loach takes on the failings of Britain’s benefits system in "I, Daniel Blake.” An unemployed man fights against bureaucracy and for his dignity. KINO met with the master of the political film.
Although critics were disappointed when "I, Daniel Blake" snagged the Palme d'Or in Cannes, one only needs to see Ken Loach's film to understand why it moved the jury so deeply. It's now up for a European Film Award.
Producer Janine Jackowski puts films by and about women to the fore. Including Maren Ade's prize-winning Toni Erdmann.
The French novelist and member of the Academie Francaise has died at the age of 92. A very public figure in France, d'Ormesson was the author of some 40 works.
Answer the quiz and win CDs! We play a cover version of a hit from Germany, and you tell us: Who first sang the original of "The Power"?
Win CDs by Broilers, Three Fall, Alice Merton, Bausa.
What does living in Germany mean nowadays? Photographer Peter Bialobrzeski takes a closer look. His series "Die zweite Heimat" shows Germany for what it is – unadorned and honest. His pictures can be viewed in Hamburg's House of Photography.
After the "Jamaica" coalition talks aimed at building the next German government collapsed in Berlin on Sunday, Germany's top culture critics took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
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