Who would have thought that new German cinema could be so full of humour, so full of surprises and so profound? You just have to see Maren Ade's 'Toni Erdmann', and KINO will tell you why.
The fantasy series brings legends that everyone knows in Brazil to the rest of the world. Creator Carlos Saldanha talked to DW about the production.
"What if nothing I do matters?" In her bestseller "Weather," Jenny Offill tells the story of a librarian named Lizzie and her wry take on life in times of climate change.
How an unhappy teenager became a star pianist and political activist: Igor Levit gives readers a personal glimpse of his life and what drives him.
Ai-Da – is a drawing robot that earns its owner millions. Artistic celebrity or high-tech machine? Genuine creativity or a technical showcase? Can AI create art? And what role do human beings play in creating it?
Artificial intelligence is interfering with art and our lives. To what extent is being explored by AI and media art expert Iyad Rahwan at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development. A conversation about how to use clever machines.
Longyearbyen on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen is the world’s northernmost town. Some 2,400 people from some 50 nations live in the town despite the freezing Arctic temperatures in the Svalbard archipelago.
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