Zero Days tells the story of Stuxnet, a computer virus discovered in 2010 and likely commissioned by the US and Israeli governments to target Iran's nuclear program. The film paints a haunting picture of digital warfare.
The story of the young girl Anne Frank has been adapted for TV and the cinema many times. Surprisingly, there has never been a German adaptation for the big screen - until now. (17.02.2016)
Michael Moore is out again to solve America's problems - and finds a number of solutions in Europe. His quasi-documentary "Where to Invade Next" makes its European premiere at the Berlinale. (17.02.2016)
The all-star cast and director of the Berlinale competition entry discuss why the real-life story of an ordinary German couple who fought back against the Nazis needs to be told - now more than ever. (16.02.2016)
For all the A-listers hitting the Berlinale red carpet this week, Berlin continues to host the most public, and provocative, major film event in Europe.
The Golden Palm has been awarded at the glamorous Cannes Film Festival since 1955. Since then, some of the world's most famous directors have won - but only one woman. Here's a look back at the highlights.
The Berlinale isn't just talking about refugees, it's inviting them to participate. The film festival has offered refugees free tickets to movie showings, backstage insights and employment opportunities.
Producer Janine Jackowski puts films by and about women to the fore. Including Maren Ade's prize-winning Toni Erdmann.
The Swedish Academy, which awards the Nobel Prize in literature, is cutting all ties with a man facing a series of sexual harassment allegations. The influential person had been closely linked with the institution.
With the successful staging of "Fiddler on the Roof," the Komische Oper celebrates its 70th anniversary. For DW columnist Gero Schliess, the smallest of the three Berlin opera houses is particularly inspiring right now.
Bauhaus is one of Germany's most successful cultural exports. But these days, 22 of the world's leading architecture offices are American, 17 British - and only three German.
After the "Jamaica" coalition talks aimed at building the next German government collapsed in Berlin on Sunday, Germany's top culture critics took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
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