Birthday greetings for Germany's top Hollywood director. His career has already spanned almost five decades.
"Das Boot" director Wolfgang Petersen reveals his biggest mistake and tells DW what shocked him about working with Dustin Hoffman. He also explains why his first comedy, "Four vs. the Bank," could only happen in Germany.
Director Wolfgang Petersen joins us for an interview on a special edition of KINO. We look back at the 75-year-old’s career, and talk to him about working with stars, his greatest success, and his biggest disappointment.
He's one of the most successful German filmmakers in Hollywood. Wolfgang Petersen, who has directed "Das Boot," "Troy" and "The NeverEnding Story," turns 75 on March 14. Now he's back in Germany for a new project.
An investigation has been opened into claims by an artist that director Roman Polanski sexually molested her as a child; the allegations are at least the sixth in a series of accusations lodged against the filmmaker.
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.
A young woman tells fascinating tales of faraway mythical places. Her life depends on it. This hour, the fairy tale of Arabian Nights translated into music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Welcome to the realm of Christmas markets. Nowhere in the world are there as many as in Germany - the choice is huge. We'd like to introduce 10 markets that stand out.
Berlin, Berlin! Germany's capital is full of music and many episodes of Sarah's Music have been filmed here. Sarah Willis shares some of her favorite Berlin episodes so far.
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