Virtual reality on the big screen: for filmmaking, it’s a revolution on the scale of talking pictures. KINO travels to virtual worlds and visits visual effects specialists in Stuttgart, Berlin and Los Angeles.
A quantum leap as radical as the invention of the talking picture: KINO features a critical essay about the aesthetics of virtual reality on the big screen. We meet specialists in Stuttgart, Los Angeles and Berlin.
The last installment of the most successful fantasy series was shot in the German capital. The disused Tempelhof airport was the starting point for creating the fictional world of Panem.
Few German actors can boast such a wide range of roles on stage, screen on television as Mario Adorf. He’s made some 120 films, and he’s showing now signs of stopping. Now in old age, he’s getting his best roles.
He makes movies, he draws, and he writes - about his mother and Italy, about things invented and true. His first autobiography was published in the mid 2000s. In his current book, he tells stories from his life as an actor.
Jasmin Tabatabai & the David Klein Quartett at Jazzfest Bonn 2017. In 2012, the German-Iranian received the Echo Jazz Award for "Best National Singer."
Albert Namatjira was a world-renowned watercolor painter in the first half of the 20th century. But after his death, his relatives eventually lost their share of his copyright, plunging the family into poverty.
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.
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