Berlin Hosts the Film World: The 68th Berlinale will take place from 15 to 25 February. Ten bloggers and film journalists from around the world will report as Berlinale bloggers for the Goethe-Institut on the international film festival - from a multinational perspective.
Germany may not have its own Silicon Valley, but it has still developed into an international hub for innovative start-ups. Medical apps in particular are blazing new trails, and benefiting both investors and the health care system. [more …]
Berlin & Beyond Film Festival is one of the leading festivals of European cinema in the world. With an annual attendance of over 10,000 film-goers, the festival has presented over 500 motion pictures from German-speaking countries in its history. It has welcomed to the San Francisco screen and stage many celebrated international film talents.
As news of Che Guevara’s death spread around the world in 1967, an independent label declared a cultural revolution in Bavaria. 2017 marks the 50th birthday of the Trikont record company, still a subversive thorn in the establishment’s side today. [more …]
Together with seven cooks from refugee countries of origin, star chef Tony Hohlfeld and restaurant critic Robert Kroth have cooked, experimented, and developed brand-new recipes. How well suited are the star chef’s “50 Rezepte für mehr Miteinander” (i.e. 50 recipes for greater togetherness) for our own kitchens? [more …]
In this interview, during their stop in New York, Jan Wagner and David Keplinger speak about their poetic inspirations, finding the poem’s subject, the translation process and The Art of Topiary, a project eight years in the making. [more …]
Ramadan, prayer breaks and no alcohol: young Muslims in Germany are living their faith in many different ways. Our young interviewees talk about integrating religion into their daily lives and how the outside world responds. [more …]