Kino is back with the 24th Bond film "Spectre" and the comedy "Macho Man," starring Christian Ulmen. We'll also take a peak at the Steve Jobs film, witness a volatile family get-together, and marvel at the moors.
Shiny brands, exotic locations, sexy women, dazzling locations and action: The recipe to the success of agent 007 is well established. Yet how does he manage to stay so young? (23.10.2015)
His fourth and potentially last take on secret agent 007 in "Spectre" is surrounded by speculation on who could replace Daniel Craig in the challenging role - if ever he does stop. Here are our picks. (23.10.2015)
We who grew up with "Back to the Future" loved Doc's crazy-scientist hair and never dared drive over 88 mph. Now we have to come to the grips that the future is now the past. But our parents hooked up and we still exist. (21.10.2015)
Hardcore fans already have their tickets for the new Star Wars film - released in December. Until then, here are 10 of the nostalgic film quotes we grew up with and old and new pics from the futuristic trilogies. (20.10.2015)
Brecht's Threepenny Opera makes its debut at the Munich Film Festival this week — one of the 185 movies on the agenda. Several works pick up on current concerns about social media and omnipresent surveillance.
From Quentin Tarantino classics to the latest Marvel blockbusters, DW's KINO team of Scott Roxborough and Hans Christoph von Bock pick the top actors from Germany mixing it up in Hollywood.
Fifty years after the Prague Spring was put down by Soviet soldiers, the goEast Film Festival in Wiesbaden focuses on the historical events, along with 16 films from Central and Eastern Europe in the competition.
Incidents, like the Thai cave rescue or airplane hijackings, often leave us on the edge of our seats. As plans progress for a film about the boys' rescue, DW looks at other emotional events that have become movies.
Under house arrest for eight years, the widow of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Liu Xiaobo was unexpectedly allowed to leave China Tuesday. DW's Sabine Peschel spoke with Tienchi Martin-Liao of the Chinese PEN Organization.
Producing great music: two Chopin piano concertos are meticulously rearranged by Mikhail Pletnev and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra with the young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov on the grand piano. A fascinating documentary by Deutsche Welle.
The playground: What started out as a gathering point has become a vital part of urban planning in many cities, especially in northern Europe – and an important element in children's development.
New copyright filters in the EU: Platforms like YouTube have to filter uploads by users for copyright infringements. Critics fear the end of memes and say this will destroy the internet as we know it.
While some celebrities constantly experiment with their appearance, others keep a life-long loyalty to their style, developing a real trademark look.
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