Shift-Interview with Richard Barnwell, founder and CEO of "DIGIT Game Studios“ in Dublin. He explains the secrets of successful video games and why some players even feel at home in a game.
East Germany's state film company film studio, DEFA, was founded on May 17, 1946. A look back at the GDR's film industry and what is left of it.
What do Black people in Europe have in common? The British author and photographer Johny Pitts embarks on a journey from Sheffield to Paris, Brussels, and Berlin, searching for common ground and finding differentiation.
Just like his song with a positive message, Jendrik Sigwart, who represents Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest, has a cheerful attitude.
Ethnographic images from the colonial era have burned themselves into the memory of the Western world. Artist Rajkamal Kahlon uses a paint brush to challenge colonial photographs, to restore the dignity of the people in them.
Gal Gadot, Bella Hadid and Roger Waters are just a few of the celebrities reacting to the crisis online. Voices for peace, like Igor Levit, face antisemitism.
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