Everyone's focused on the films in the competition. But there are plenty of great films on the sidelines, too. Culinary movies, enchanting animation flicks and even a twelve-hour feature for hardened film buffs.
Richard Gere and Penélope Cruz will be there, and you can watch a new TV series about a fictional, Nazi-run Britain. From stars and prizes to politics, here's everything you need to know about the Berlinale.
It's an exceptional event: Glamorous stars meet challenging political filmmakers on the red carpet during Berlin's International Film Festival, the Berlinale. Get your facts straight here before it opens on February 11.
Filmmaker Johannes Preuss has received a student Oscar for his film, "Galamsay," which was shot in Ghana and looks at the illegal gold trade there. DW met him to discuss how the country could "turn into a hell."
The French graphic novelist Riad Sattouf is best known for his memoir, "The Arab of the Future." DW met him to discuss his latest series, "Esther's Notebooks," which tells stories from the perspective of a young girl.
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.
German is one of the 10 most difficult languages in the world, according to UNESCO. But DW's new free online language course follows in the footsteps of newcomer Nico Gonzalez to make learning German a lot of fun.
From Lassie to Struppi, our favorite four-legged friends have been with us through thick and thin. To underline World Dog Day on October 10, DW revisits the most famous dogs from the arts, literature, music and film.
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