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Great cinema in Berlin
The Berlinale has had a chequered history in different places in Berlin.
Generation Game Boy
An enormous games market and creative games hub have developed in Germany.
The Berlin International Film Festival will show over 400 films and film premières.
Jella Haase is the “Shooting Star” of 2016
23-year-old actress Jella Haase is to be named Europe’s “Shooting Star” of the year at the Berlin Film Festival.
The Arts in Germany: From Literature to Cinema
Land of the poets and thinkers. Goethe was German, as were Bach and Beethoven. And yet as a nation of culture Germany still has no national authority with overall responsibility for culture for the country as a whole.
“Fack ju Göhte” Director Bora Dagtekin
Bora Dagtekin is one of Germany’s most successful contemporary filmmakers.
The German Hollywood actress Diane Kruger
The German Hollywood actress Diane Kruger is a jury member at the 72nd Venice Film Festival.
The History of Film in Berlin
Film and Berlin: The two have been intertwined for over a century. Young Germany takes a look at film in Berlin beyond the Berlinale.
Culture, Literature, Film
Whether you’re interested in competitions, awards, grants or sponsoring – these portals are the place to go to find out more about the public and private support of culture and the arts.
Libraries and Archives
These web sites take you to libraries, archives and collections in the Internet.
30 years Lindenstraße
The television series Lindenstraße is celebrating its 30th anniversary and has remained young above all because it continually takes up issues of current concern.
It happened at Glienicke Bridge
On 11 June 1985 almost 30 spies crossed the bridge between Potsdam and West Berlin in the biggest spy swap of the Cold War. Like in the movies
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