KINO - Preview of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival. Festival director Dieter Kosslick drops by to give us the lowdown on this year's Berlinale highlights: Stars, politics and science-fiction.
Dieter Kosslick has headed the Berlin Film Festival since 2001, turning it into the largest public film fest in the world. Ahead of his last one, DW spoke to "Mr. Berlinale" about great films and unforgettable moments.
The French movie actress has been awarded by the Berlinale twice before, including a best actress prize. The festival's director stressed her "strong connection" to the event.
After 17 years as head of the Berlin Film Festival's avant-garde section, Germany's Christoph Terhechte now leads Africa's biggest film festival. He tells DW about his aims and inspirations.
"Mary Poppins" was one of the most successful films of the 1960s. Now, after 54 years, a sequel is out. Will "Marry Poppins Returns" manage to fulfill Disney's blockbuster expectations?
Though Noam Chomsky has made his name as arguably the foremost political dissident of the last half a century, his intellectual legacy is firstly as a linguist. At the age of 90, he continues to talk the talk.
Signature sunglasses and platinum blond hair — Heino looks back at decades of folk and German pop music, and more recently, a foray into heavy metal. At age 80, he is a veritable music legend in the country.
Sometimes you have to look at an artwork twice to really understand how surreal it actually is. These artists have specialized in the art of illusions.
Characters who aren't white, male and straight have always existed in video games. They were just forgotten. High time to remember the beginnings of queer video games!
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