Great idea! A soccer match ends the Middle East conflict. The loser has to leave the country. Director Eyal Halfon has made a biting satire about the never-ending conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.
What would happen if Israel and the Palestinian Terrorities solved their decades-old conflict with a winner-takes-all soccer game? A new Israeli-German film poses this absurd question - with entertaining results.
High risk: Hong Kong’s artists fight for more democracy. Also: soccer as a force for peace in the Middle East conflict; a wrathful novel about immigration; and the roving European biennial Manifesta hits Zurich.
The president of the German football association Reinhard Grindel says politicians must find a solution to the diplomatic crisis in Qatar. But he feels soccer can provide a social impulse there and in Russia.
Iran's cinema has helped culture a certain image of the country in the West. With an absurdist comedy about a blacklisted director hoping to become a serial killer's target, Mani Haghighi defies expectations.
Von Stosch won the Islamic Republic's "World Award for Book of the Year" for his work examining Islam from a Christian point of view. The theologian said the award honored all those who support an "emancipated" Islam.
A successful professional pop musician with a convincing rendition of a very intimate song: the northern German was the clear favorite at the country's national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest.
The legendary Castro Theatre in San Francisco is celebrating new German cinema at the biggest German-language film festival outside Europe, and the stars of the scene are in attendance.
Russia’s independent gaming scene between art, business, politics and censorship.
The German Goethe Institute is hosting an interactive exhibition titled ‘Games and Politics’ in Novosibirk, bringing together the country’s gaming scene.
Known for its unusual presentations and star-studded catwalk shows, Milan Fashion Week may be the antidote to the Autumn/Winter 2019 doldrums. Still, some designers are questioning the tradition's relevancy.
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