A century ago a poor Polish woman broke into the male domain of science. Marie Noelle's biopic avoids the cliches and presents a portrait of a stronge willed woman choosing her own path.
KINO looks at films with strong female leads. Biopics that tell the stories of Nobel Prize-winning scientist Marie Curie, painter Paula Modersohn-Becker and would-be opera singer Florence Foster Jenkins.
The Toronto International Film Festival is known to foreshadow the Oscars. The event is also a platform for European cinema - and opens with a double remake of a samurai adventure.
Opening with a staggering $450 million in global ticket sales over the weekend, the latest episode of the Star Wars is expected to break the billion-dollar mark this week. But there's one film that actually beat it...
The renowned novelist, screenwriter and essayist has long courted both critical acclaim and ill-fame in equal parts. As Austrian man of letters Peter Handke reaches another milestone, his legacy remains an open book.
Olga Scheps is one of the world's most up-and-coming piano soloists. Her latest album covers pieces by German dance group Scooter. Scheps told DW what fascinated her about this project.
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.
There are 67 shopping malls in Berlin — far too many, says columnist Gero Schliess. To him, these buildings are symbols of artificial consumption that are ruining Berlin's character. His cry: Stop the mall madness!
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