Photographer and filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s new movie 'Human' is about humanity and empathy. He interviewed more than 2,000 people from 60 countries over a period of three years.
From initiatives such as "Nobody's Doll" and #BlackCarpetBerlinale to Kim Ki-duk's controversial invitation, here's how the debate on #MeToo has been fueled even before the Berlin film festival kicked off.
A German cultural foundation has been bequeathed photos, films, manuscripts and letters that belonged to the controversial filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl, best known as the director of several Nazi propaganda movies.
The recent Sundance prize-winner and latest film by Syrian director Talal Derki deftly captures the moment when children let go of their youth and become jihadi fighters. Derki let go of his identity to make the film.
It’s a concept that’s been explored many times in sci-fi movies: the Utopian vision of scientists breathing life into machines. Is it a dream or a nightmare? And could it ac-tually soon become reality?
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