KINO says goodbye to German actor Götz George, bids welcome to "Toni Erdmann" and looks forward to "Independence Day: Resurgence" - the return of the aliens.
What do these three young, female filmmakers have in common? We meet Inés Moldavsky from Israel, Diana Saqeb Jamel from Afghanistan and Laurentia Genske from Germany - three participants in the initiative Berlinale Talents.
Harper Lee's landmark novel is revered for embracing civil rights and racial justice in the US. But six decades later, has the Black Lives Matter movement made "Mockingbird" more relevant, or exposed its own racism?
He often stands in the shadows of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, but guitarist Ronnie Wood is now the focus of a new documentary film by Mike Figgis. "Somebody Up There Likes Me" shows the man beyond the rock legend.
It runs all Berlin state museums; its collection includes the Pergamon Altar and the Nefertiti Bust. But experts argue that the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation is too cumbersome — and advise radical changes.
In the wake of the global Black Lives Matter protests, a social media campaign devoted to coronavirus misinformation is taking a new direction as celebrities hand over their Instagram accounts to political activists.
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