In 1895, the Skladanowsky brothers caused a sensation when they showed the world's first motion picture in Berlin. It's now stored at the Federal Film Archive in Hoppegarten, along with roughly 350,000 other films.
Well-known British film and theater actor Jeremy Irons has been chosen as jury president for the 70th Berlin Film Festival, one of the most important film festivals in the world.
The German capital has launched a five-year project to mark its part in European colonialism. Streets which still honor leaders who led the Reich's imperial expansion will be renamed — and some locals aren't happy.
On Sunday, famed British conductor Sir Simon Rattle reaches what in many sectors is considered retirement age. But the head of the London Symphony Orchestra seems far from leaving it all behind.
A comedy set in 18th century England, "The Favourite" was awarded Best Film at the prestigious European Film Awards. The movie's lead actress, Olivia Coleman, previously won an Oscar for her performance.
© 2020 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version