Dieter Kosslick is one of the film world’s best known film festival directors. He’s put his stamp on the Berlinale for the past 18 years, and the 69th edition of the festival in 2019 was his last. The Kitchen Sisters talked to Dieter Kosslick and many of the people he collaborated with over the years, resulting in a career-spanning profile.
German-language comics have come a long way since their beginnings, from classics by Wilhelm Busch and Rolf Kauka and the avant-garde of the 90s to today's graphic novels. We take a look back at the last decades of German comic history and speak with some of the protagonists in the scene.
What power drives art to change? What causes new forms of expression and new styles? How does the new come into the world? American and German theoreticians show how the arts continue to develop in sudden leaps and bounds from the tension between popular and elite tendencies.
As a part of the Year of German-American Friendship, the Goethe-Institut is celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus. Here you’ll find a timeline of Bauhaus history in the U.S., articles on members who immigrated to North America, a list of upcoming events for 2019 and general information on the Bauhaus movement.
Television “Made in Germany” is having a golden moment with the rise of international streaming services. In this dossier, we’ll highlight binge-worthy German serials and fill you in on where to watch them in the USA.
Oktoberfest in your own neighborhood! Three mobile beer gardens are touring the States celebrating Bavarian beer and friendship. Our Wiesn website provides the tour’s map, music, and the most important Bavarian vocabulary.