The new film "Rammstein: Paris" will hit movie theaters around the world on March 23. The footage was taken from two concerts in the French capital. Recently, the band turned out for the film's premiere in Berlin.
Showcasing "the most insane film shoot of all time," the mysterious and ambitious "Dau" project by director Ilya Khrzhanovsky was set to open in Paris after a Berlin rebuff. It was however postponed at the last minute.
Consumers will be "protected" from Germany's switch from coal-fired power to renewables, says Economy Minister Peter Altmaier. Utility RWE says the full exit by 2038 to meet climate goals leaves it facing a "major feat."
In 2019, Dieter Kosslick is hanging up his hat as director of the Berlin Film Festival after 18 years. He spoke to DW in an exclusive interview in which he reflects on the highlights and bitter moments of his tenure.
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