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3, 2, 1: Jump!

Firstly, things go differently and, secondly, than you imagined them to go. Stephan Pirker shows us how you can still get your happy ending.

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Alpine, Urban, Innsbruck!

Scenic mountain views and a picturesque old-town. Yes, Innsbruck is pretty, but what else?

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With Hammer and Pick on the Catwalk

The fashion of Berlin-based designer collective “GmbH” is inspired by their own history of migration.

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The Man With the Three Pianos

During his “re:member” tour, Ólafur Arnalds presents himself as a crossover artist between pop, classical music, and technology.

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Unapologetically Excluded

Feridun Zaimoglu retells human history – from the point of view of women. For this, he has been nominated for the Leipzig Book Fair Prize.

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Caution, Explosion Hazard!

In the ruins of Pompeii, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang once again causes Mount Vesuvius to erupt.

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The Poet who Chased Away the Dictator

Mircea Dinescu talks about the Romanian EU Council Presidency.

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First “Game of Thrones” and now a Shooting Star

The Irish actress Aisling Franciosi will be honored at this year’s Berlinale.

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Older Women, Young Men… Does That Work?

When they hit fifty women stop being desirable at the latest… don’t they?! Berlinale jury president Juliette Binoche plays the lead in Safy Nebbous new film.

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Streaming Giant Netflix

Is cinema facing its final boss?

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Amundsens Last Journey

A new novel by glaciologist Monica Kristensen explores new insights into the death of the Norwegian polar explorer and national hero.

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The Berlinale Explores Norway

At the 69th Berlin Film Festival, Norway is “Country in Focus” of the European Film Market.

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