Kino is back with the 24th Bond film "Spectre" and the comedy "Macho Man," starring Christian Ulmen. We'll also take a peak at the Steve Jobs film, witness a volatile family get-together, and marvel at the moors.
Shiny brands, exotic locations, sexy women, dazzling locations and action: The recipe to the success of agent 007 is well established. Yet how does he manage to stay so young? (23.10.2015)
His fourth and potentially last take on secret agent 007 in "Spectre" is surrounded by speculation on who could replace Daniel Craig in the challenging role - if ever he does stop. Here are our picks. (23.10.2015)
We who grew up with "Back to the Future" loved Doc's crazy-scientist hair and never dared drive over 88 mph. Now we have to come to the grips that the future is now the past. But our parents hooked up and we still exist. (21.10.2015)
Hardcore fans already have their tickets for the new Star Wars film - released in December. Until then, here are 10 of the nostalgic film quotes we grew up with and old and new pics from the futuristic trilogies. (20.10.2015)
KINO profiles actor and singer Tom Schilling and meets actors Barnaby Matschurat and Lavinia Wilson, who produced the independent film “Hey Bunny,” which is hitting cinemas now, all on their own.
For the latest in DW's series on the best in German cinema, we pick the seven wonderful German performers - four actresses, three actors - who look poised to take their place on the international stage.
What were the highlights? Which were the most successful? Here's a review of the author's personal favorites.
Netflix has won the rights to produce a movie about the 2011 terror attack in Norway, carried out by Anders Behring Breivik, which claimed 77 lives. "Bourne" director Paul Greengrass will take up the project.
Big data is being used in political campaigning like never before. But for better or for worse? Mathematician Cathy O'Neil spoke to DW about how algorithms can be used as weapons that undermine democracy.
Renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel has been a vocal critic of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Now the government has retaliated by canceling his planned US tour with Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra.
Critics claimed the "Auschwitz on the Beach" performance planned at Germany's premiere art show relativized the Holocaust by comparing it with the refugee crisis. The Documenta now wants to open up discussion.
Refugees are learning how to make YouTube clips at a Berlin workshop. The idea is to strengthen the presence of topics such as migration and integration on the Internet platform.
The Barcelona terror attack seemed to deliberately target tourists. The Catalan city offers a wealth of cultural attractions. Here are some of the sites that draw millions of visitors to the city each year.
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