The third feature directed by German actress Nicolette Krebitz already shocked and awed at the Sundance festival. In it a young woman is drawn to nature in an extreme way after a chance encounter with a wolf.
With rave reviews for "Toni Erdmann" in Cannes and a wide selection of German films at the Munich Film Festival, DW explores the question: How is it going for German cinema around the world?
Dieter Kosslick, who has led the Berlinale since 2001, is to be replaced in 2020. Media reports have revealed that Locarno's artistic director, Carlo Chatrian, will take over; official announcements are still to come.
France overlooks its lower class, Edouard Louis tells DW. The literary star defies his country's elites and social taboos with his autobiographical novels, including his latest, History of Violence — now out in English.
On June 20, the British maestro conducts his last symphony concert as the Berlin Philharmonic's music director. The collaboration between orchestra and conductor ends as it began: with Mahler's Sixth Symphony.
The show Baselitz: Six Decades, held at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C., revisits the career of German artist Georg Baselitz, "one of the most original and inventive figurative artists of his generation."
So far, it has been difficult to get a hold of documents of the renowned composer. But that will be much easier after the Wagner National Archive has been digitized.
Germany's Day of Sleep coincides this year with the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. We look at the sleep habits of famous artists and intellectuals, from da Vinci to Einstein.
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