The Cannes Film Festival is famous for legendary parties. But what does it take to get an invite? DW reporter Adrian Kennedy finds out.
Selfies are forbidden on the red carpet; Harvey Weinstein is persona non grata in Cannes, but Lars von Trier no longer is. While #MeToo remains a dominant issue, there are more women on the jury than in the competition.
Oscars, Golden Lions, Palms and Bears — Mexican film has made it to the top. Here's a look at the country's leading directors, actors and screenwriters who are behind the country's cinema rebirth.
As stage and screen director Kirill Serebrennikov goes to trial in Moscow for alleged fraud, the release of his film "Leto" in Germany is a metaphor for resistance. The movie was made under prolonged house arrest.
The beatification ceremony, held in the Algerian city of Oran, was the first of its kind in a Muslim nation. The Roman Catholic clergy were killed between 1994 and 1996 during the decade-long conflict.
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