The German Film Award 2017. It’s the top prize in the German film industry and the country’s most highly endowed culture award - KINO is at the award ceremony, sounding out the winners and enjoying the party!
Monika Schindler has worked on around 100 films, collaborating with many of Germany’s top directors. This year she is receiving an honorary award for her life's work. KINO met her for an exclusive interview.
Barnaby Metschurat and Lavinia Wilson are usually in front of the camera. But with the comedy “Hey Bunny,” they’re also making their debuts as directors, producers and screenwriters.
Tom Schilling isn’t just one of Germany’s best actors; he also sings, and he does that excellently, too. DW met up with him to talk about stage fright and the soundtrack of his life.
DW 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.
Special edition on German cinematographer Michael Ballhaus, triple Oscar nominee and pioneer of the 360 degree tracking shot. Ballhaus worked in Germany with legendary director Rainer Werner Fassbinder and in Hollywood with Martin Scorcese.
She works with the likes of Ben Foster, Dennis Quaid, and Kevin Costner. Antje Traue has made a name for herself in Hollywood and at home in Germany. The actress puts her all into her work - and tells us why.
A moving documentary about Joseph Goebbels’ secretary Brunhilde Pomsel, one of the last witnesses of the Nazi era. Plus, a high-powered woman charming both Germany and Hollywood - actress Antje Traue.
She got closer to one of the worst criminals in history than anyone presently alive: Brunhilde Pomsel, Joseph Goebbels' secretary. A fascinating life story, told by the now 103-year-old herself: A German Life.
Director Dani Levy on his new film "Beware of Wunderlichs" and why he prefers comedy.
KINO brings you this year’s nominees for the German Film Prize, Germany’s version of the Oscars. And we check out the father of Communism in Raoul Peck’s new biopic The Young Karl Marx. Plus, we laugh out loud to the debut film from Austrian comedian Josef Hader.
Hans Fallada's international bestseller "Alone in Berlin" gets its first English-language adaptation, with an all-star cast. KINO has an exclusive, intimate conversation with director Vincent Perez and actors Emmy Thompson, Brendan Gleeson and Daniel Brühl.
This week KINO is excited about the upcoming 89th Academy Awards! Hot candidate is Damien Chapelle's hommage to Los Angeles, La La Land. KINO will also tell you who else is hoping to take home Tinseltown's favorite golden statue.
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."
Prolific French filmmaker François Ozon raves about her, predicting a great career: German talent Paula Beer. She’s now won the Award for Best Young Actor at the Venice Film festival. A portrait.
"I read it and was hooked", German-Turkish filmmaker Fatih Akin says, and went on to adapt Wolfgang Herrndorf's cult novel "Tschick". Two young misfits on a road trip in a stolen car encounter a host of bizarre characters.
How much is our freedom worth? Director Oliver Stone tells the gripping story of whistleblower Edward ''Snowden''. Also on KINO: the captivating actress Paula Beer, and Fatih Akin's road trip comedy "Tschick".
The revelations of a young American whistleblower in 2013 had political repercussions worldwide, triggering the NSA affair. Hollywood director Oliver Stone tells the riveting story of the hunt for Edward Snowden.
He makes movies, he draws, and he writes – about his mother and Italy, about things invented and true. His first autobiography was published more than 10 years ago. In his latest book, he tells stories from his life as an actor.
In one of his first film roles, Mario Adorf made an excellently scary mass murderer. As a bad guy in a popular Western, he even shot the hero’s sister. Why film audiences love to hate him as a film villain?
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.
In this special edition of KINO, we honor the multitalented German actor Mario Adorf. With perhaps the most familiar face in German cinema, he’s gone from playing bad guys to gentlemen. 86 years old and still going strong!
Alone in Berlin - Hans Fallada's international bestseller "Alone in Berlin" gets its first English-language adaptation, with an all-star cast. KINO has an exclusive, intimate conversation with director Vincent Perez and actors Emmy Thompson, Brendan Gleeson and Daniel Brühl.
Wim Wenders a of master German cinema: He was honored with awards, and his films got international acclaim. Wim Wenders talks to KINO about his experiences as a director of fiction and documentary films, and as a photographer.
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