A Berlin photo gallery sends out 18 young artists on a photographic voyage of discovery at the Berlin Film Festival in co-operation with the festival organisers. The aim is for them to capture their own perspectives of the event on film.
Onetime Oscar nominee Michael Verhoeven turned 80 on Friday. The German director, with almost 50 movie credits to his name, recently told DW why his film debut — 50 years ago — was initially a nightmare.
Germany's second-largest film festival is exploding with great movies. DW looks at 10 noteworthy films showing at the 2018 festival, including a "Das Boot" TV series for fall that's already causing a sensation.
French filmmaker and journalist Claude Lanzmann, renowned for the nine-and-a-half hour documentary "Shoah," died aged 92. His masterpiece revisited the Holocaust as an event in the present, rather than as history.
The Jewish Film Festival Berlin & Brandenburg kicks off on Tuesday under the motto "No Fake Jews." Its varied program aims to depict Jewish life, expose anti-Semitism and explore the past.
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