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11 things to know about the 70th Berlinale -- New leadership, exciting programming and a Nazi-era related scandal: Get the lowdown on this year's Berlinale, which starts on February 20 and celebrates its 70th edition this year.

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'Always derogatory'? Germany battles over the N-word -- Who decides whether a word is racist? Does it depend on context? That's what a German state court said after a far-right AfD politician repeatedly used the N-word in a debate. The decision caused outrage — and action.

3 days ago

A revolutionary role model turns 200: Susan B. Anthony -- Best known as the founder of the women's rights moment, Susan B. Anthony was also dedicated to fighting for racial equality and labor rights. On the occasion of her 200th birthday, DW takes a look at her career.

3 days ago

Turkish court acquits novelist Asli Erdogan -- Asli Erdogan was arrested on August 2016 and accused of "terror propaganda" and of "undermining national unity."

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Folk musicians on hunger strike go on trial -- Two members of the controversial Turkish folk band Grup Yorum are on a "death fast" ahead of their trial on Friday.

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Back to the 1920s with Babylon Berlin's Moka Efti Orchestra -- The band from Germany's famed "Babylon Berlin" TV series captures life in Berlin during the Golden Twenties. The Moka Efti Orchestra just released its debut album.

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How Berlin's lost Victoria statue turned up at the Hermitage Museum -- The ancient Roman Victoria of Calvatone statue, last seen in a Berlin museum before WWII, has been rediscovered at the Hermitage Museum in Russia. The statue was found thanks to a German-Russian museum initiative.

3 days ago

Billie Eilish releases new Bond theme song -- Fresh off sweeping the Grammys, Billie Eilish dropped her new song for the latest installment of the James Bond franchise. British actor Daniel Craig is set to give his final performance as the 007 agent.

3 days ago

Reading Matter? 100 German Must-Reads! -- DW's list of German-language novels published since 1900 that have been translated into English is the first of its kind.

3 months ago

DW web series - Meet the Germans with Rachel - 02.11.2018 - From beer to nudity and ridiculous grammar — we uncover the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the German culture.

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Meet the Germans - Love, dating and relationships in Germany - What sets Germany apart when it comes to matters of the heart? Rachel investigates Germany's dating rules and uncovers the nation's softer side for this week's Meet the Germans.

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German idioms: All you need is love -- What blinds, but does not rust? What can make its way through the digestive track, but also fall down? The answer, according to popular German idioms, is one of the greatest feelings in the world: Love.

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Art in times of war: Picasso during WWII -- When the Nazis occupied France, they labeled Pablo Picasso's art "degenerate," yet the painter stayed in Paris. The show "Pablo Picasso: The War Years 1930-1945" delves into the relationship between his art and the war.

3 days ago

'As if someone had pressed pause!' -- The Forbidden City is closed, Art Basel Hong Kong is canceled: The coronavirus outbreak has shuttered tourist sites and nixed cultural events, both within China and beyond. In artistic circles, talk is of little else.

4 days ago

Harvey Weinstein on trial: A timeline -- Dozens of actors and former employees have accused producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and misconduct, exploding the #MeToo movement onto the global stage. Closing arguments in his trial are now taking place.

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Bringing Beethoven's wild concerts to life -- The flying fiery candles may be missing, but conductor Francois-Xavier Roth is nonetheless taking a leaf out of Beethoven's book with unpredictable and provocative performances based on the composer's own music series.

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In 1895 the Lumiere brothers held one of the first public film screenings. Viewers simply couldn't believe the moving magic before their eyes. Today fact, fiction and debate continue to swirl around cinema.

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'Parasite' thrusts Korean film industry onto international center stage -- While cinema aficionados have long acclaimed the work of South Korean directors, South Korean films have been glossed over at the global level. Bong Joon-ho's fourfold Oscar win for "Parasite" marks a watershed change.

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Opinion: The misinterpretation of 'America First' Oscars -- History was made at the 2020 Oscars, with "Parasite" winning best film. But DW's Jochen Kürten says a lot still needs to change if the film awards want to truly be a forum for socially relevant debates.

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Greta Thunberg to star in own TV series -- Greta Thunberg leads the #FridaysforFuture global school movement, addressed the EU and the UN on climate change and was told she has anger management problems by Trump. Now she will get her own TV series.

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'Cats' and 'Madea' lead Golden Raspberry Awards for worst films -- The furry feline flop, as well as several Academy Award nominees, have been nominated for the movie industry's least coveted plaudits. The Oscars are to be announced in a Sunday evening awards ceremony.

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Syrian activist Muzoon Almellehan receives German peace prize -- Not even the Syrian Civil War could diminish a teenage Almellehan's hunger for education. As a refugee in a Jordanian camp, she rallied for children's access to education — and she's been battling for it ever since.

10 days ago

Walk of Fame celebrates 60 years -- Terrazzo-and-brass stars dedicated to celebrities in the entertainment industry stud the sidewalks on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. But it takes more than just success to land a spot on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

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A film museum comes to Hollywood -- The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles is a cool multimillion dollar project funded by celebrities like Steven Spielberg and full of exciting film history. It's scheduled to open in 2020 ... but will it?

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Franz Marc: The artist who saw nature through a wilder-than-Instagram filter -- Chances are, you've owned a poster or sent a postcard with Franz Marc's art on it. His take on nature was radical, but beautiful. Marc was born 140 years ago, on February 8, 1880.

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When artists are in mourning -- Grieving is an art — in two senses of the word. An exhibition in the German city Hamburg shows how artists depict loss and change.

11 days ago

Germany's picturesque half-timbered towns -- Germany boasts about two million historic half-timbered houses. Most of them can be found in the following ten towns.

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Arts and Culture - Monday, February 17, 2020 -- Arts and Culture, presented by David Levitz. On this edition: German actress Barbara Sukowa joins us in the studio to talk about her two latest films, and cast a look back at her long career. Also, the insect sculptures of artist Cedric Laquieze.

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Bavaria's most popular castles and magnificent buildings -- The Bavarian Administration of State-Owned Palaces, Gardens and Lakes has announced visitor numbers for 2019. Almost 5.2 million guests were counted. Guess which castle is ranked number 1.

10 days ago

Carnival in Venice -- The Venice Carnival runs until February 25th. But this year the city, usually overrun by tourists, has complained about too few visitors because of flooding three months ago. Nevertheless, the celebrations will continue.

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Black Forest - a paradise for winter sports -- If you love snow, the great outdoors and winter sports, the Black Forest is a delightful holiday destination. Check-in host Nicole Frölich finds plenty to see and do.

10 days ago

10 reasons to love Munich -- Lederhosen, beer, and Oktoberfest are clichés that come to mind for people around the world when they think of Germany. You'll find all three in the state of Bavaria and its capital, Munich — and much more.

3 days ago

Meet the Germans -- A 'German superfood' for every month -- Don't be fooled by marketing labels! "Superfood" is just another buzzword to boost product sales and prices. But since Germans are going chia, here are a few regional products we should be eating more of.

1 month ago

Typically German? A cartoonist's perspective -- Razor-sharp and funny to boot: That's the cartoonist's mission. But could those adjectives describes Germans as well? Artist Miguel Fernandez pokes fun at the stereotypes and personality traits attributed to the Germans.

5 months ago

Berlin's Treasure Trove -- 21.06.2019 -- The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation runs Berlin museums - and one of the world's largest collection of exhibits.

5 months ago

Planet Berlin -- The global tourist guide for Germany's booming capital

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100 years of Bauhaus -- A century of form and function -- 08.01.2019

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Germany's 16 states: Baden-Württemberg -- Black Forest gateau, cuckoo clocks and the Heidelberg Castle attract millions of tourists every year.

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Multimedia feature: After the Escape -- 12.01.2018 -- DW's web documentary shows how artists built a new life after fleeing their home country.

5 months ago

Audio on Demand -- A Winter's Journey -- Mozart and Schubert have never been closer than in this concert, with romantic piano pieces by Mozart pitted against selections from Schubert's song cycle "A Winter's Journey."

11 days ago

World champions in opera?

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Can we still do Bauhaus?

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Is cinema really booming?

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Culture: female or male domain?

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Europe's cultural champion?

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Outstanding literature -- 16.09.2016 -- DW looks at the winners and the debates surrounding the German Book Prize.

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Arts.21 -- Fashion & the Spirit of the Times -- This week: upcycling for climate protection & haute couture from Morocco. Plus: influencers, style icons and an homage to the golden twenties.

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Euromaxx -- Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe -- Every leap into the blue is a risk. But Anna Bader is one of the world's best cliff divers. Plus: German allotment gardens as seen by star photographer Martin Parr. And postcards through the ages.

2 months ago

Shift -- Shift - Living in the Digital Age -- Advancements in AI have made the prevalence of fake videos a threat to society. Researchers the world over are looking for ways to identity so-called deepfakes faster. Shift met the field's leading experts!

3 days ago

Best of the Horn Challenges Part 2 -- The Sarah's Music Horn Challenge has been a regular - and very popular - element of Sarah's Music. In this episode, Sarah Willis features the best of the Horn Challenges Part 2. Who is YOUR favourite?

5 months ago

A Winter Trip to Munich -- There's lots to do in Munich: visit musuems, or the Hofbräuhaus - or try sledding or curling.

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