Originally planned as a vacation, a trip director Oliver Kyr took turned into a search for people who are committed to animal rights. That journey became documentary 'Citizen Animal.'
The uprising by Jewish people entrapped in the Warsaw Ghetto 75 years ago has been well documented in art and literature. Here, a look at how the event has served as fodder in films.
Fifty years after the Prague Spring was put down by Soviet soldiers, the goEast Film Festival in Wiesbaden focuses on the historical events, along with 16 films from Central and Eastern Europe in the competition.
In this Arts.21 special edition we meet five young, plucky filmmakers from Pakistan, Iran, Mexico, China and Palestine. Their works break boundaries, and that takes courage.
What are the best dramas, the funniest comedies and the most talented stars of German cinema? DW's Hans Christoph von Bock and Scott Roxborough give their personal picks in KINO favorites: German film at its best.
Director Wolfgang Petersen joins DW for an interview: a look back at the 77-year-old's career, about working with Hollywood stars, his greatest success, and his biggest disappointment.
"You can't run away from your own past," says goEast festival director Heleen Gerritsen. It's a suitable motto for the 2018 festival, which focuses on nationalistic tendencies in Central and Eastern European films.
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