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1968 and #MeToo

„Everyone who sleeps with the same person twice is part of the establishment!” 1968 and the sexual revolution – but what did the women get out of it?

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“Everything Private is Political!”

Katharina Sieverding was a part of 1968, for her daughter Pola it’s history. In their art, both take a stance.

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Cash is King!

Our dear money: Where does it come from? Where does it go? For the Deutsche Bundesbank WESTEND took a closer look at our cash.

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Now on Amazon in the U.S.!

Our docu-drama "Lise Meitner - Mother of the Atom Bomb" is now available on DVD.

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Terror Suspects as Artists?

Does everyone have the right to have their work exhibited, despite their biography? An art exhibition by Guantanamo inmates sparks outrage in new York.

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Spy Hunt in Moscow

How Vladimir Putin opens a hunt on foreign journalists with a new law in the year of his reelection. WESTEND was in Moscow to talk to victims of the new media law.

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„The End of Capitalism“?

The artist Armin Boehm paints a dysfunctional society in a manner that is humorous and grotesquely exaggerated.

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Exploring the Edges of Europe

Europe’s stepchild? The multinational metropolis Sarajevo suffers from poverty, corruption and the disinterest of its fellow Europeans.

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WESTEND in the Backrooms of Hitlers Power

Eric Vuillard receives for his novel "L'ordre du jour" den Prix Goncourt.

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World Star at 22

When he was only a teenager, the pianist Jan Lisiecki conquered the world’s greatest concert halls. Now he is on Europe Tour.

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“Americas Forgotten Heart” wins “Horse Oscar”

 

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Our Documentary Series Will be Featured at the Equinale Film Festival

On horseback through the US, cross-country from the Mexican to the Canadian border. German actress Marie Bäumer explores America’s wild heart.