Why British costume designer Sandy Powell could win two Oscars this year, why Norwegian designer Belinda Bjerke loves her prefab home and why New Nordic Cuisine is getting more and more popular.
Giants take to the streets in the new work by French theater troupe Royal de Luxe, Björn-Patrick Meyer skates like a champ in his wheelchair, and singer Kat Frankie reinvents herself.
Sleeping under the stars - a night at the no-star-hotel in Switzerland. And: a replica of the legendary 2CV made from wood. Plus: ‘Dinner in the Sky’ - gourmet dining 50 meters above the ground.
In this edition: animal photographer Andrius Burba, the rise of drone photography, insect collector Adrian Kozakiewicz, camels in the cold north of the Arctic Circle and magic tricks for dogs.
The silent movie era lasted just three and a half decades, giving way to the "talkies." Even so, many of those inaudible black and white classics, showing at the Silent Film Festival Bonn, have lost none of their appeal.
His bushy gray beard and determined look are his trademarks. Marx has long since morphed into an icon – and a marketable commodity! The image of the radical revolutionary can sell almost anything, from cars to pop music.
Torn jeans or suits, pathos or frivolity, Bernstein or Beethoven – at the Young Euro Classic in Berlin, young orchestra musicians from around the world meet to share their passion. Clapping is allowed. Just ask the MIAGI youth orchestra from South Africa.
What went on in Berlin in the 90s? An exhibition in the city's storied "Alte Münze" has the answers.
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