“German baseball” may sound like an oxymoron, but the Bonn Capitals have successfully maintained a leading position in the German baseball league for years. The Capitals’ success can be traced back to earlier times when Bonn was the capital of Germany and home to a large American community that popularized the sport.
The German Digital Kinderuniversity is coming to the USA! We want to know which questions matter to the researchers of tomorrow. Send us a short video asking your most burning question, win wonderful prizes, and explore what the Kinderuni can offer as you discover the world of science. All students in the USA can participate in the Curiosity contest until April 20, 2019.
Using the technique of “staged reality,” Ulrich Seidl oversaturates “normal” background details to magnify the strangeness of his subjects in Im Keller.
St. Hildegard of Bingen was a twelfth-century German nun–a writer, composer of chants, mystic and visionary. You might be asking yourself, “What on earth does a twelfth-century nun have to do with life today? What does medieval chanting have to do with music today?” It turns out, a lot.
Jakob Lass’s galvanizing third feature delivers a welcome jolt of anarchy before questioning the conscience of institutionalized power. It’s not long before the laughs get caught in your throat.