Berlinale 2018: 385 films, plenty of prizes. "Touch Me Not" wins the Golden Bear! Also: a terrorism drama with Daniel Brühl, short films from the revolutionary 1960s and portraits of musicians and performers captured on celluloid.
In Wolfgang Fischer's new film, a woman sailing alone on the Mediterranean faces life-or-death decisions. Styx raises uncomfortable questions about personal responsibility and Europe's refugee crisis.
The Berlin Film Festival jury surprisingly selected a confrontational work on sex and intimacy as the Golden Bear winner. It's more than a politically correct choice in the #MeToo era, says DW's Elizabeth Grenier.
Every year in February, Potsdamer Platz becomes a meeting place for cineastes and autograph hunters from around the world. Stars glide along the red carpet and films in the competition grace the silver screen.
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