Berlinale 2019: Who’s Got The Look

Let’s face it: sometimes you can only live through a movie because the main character just

Berlinale 2019: Competition And Gender Studies

I’m usually sitting at Berlinale Palast or CinemaxX 7 about half an hour before the screening

Berlinale 2019: The Hypocrisy Of The Catholic Church And A Cropped Tongue

The sexual assault accusations in an ultraconservertive Catholic church diocese in Lyon is the topic of

Berlinale Opens With “The Kindness Of Strangers”

And so, the 69th Berlinale has started. “The Kindness Of Strangers” by Danish director Lone Scherfig

Concert Review: Holly Cole at Quasimodo

It was a “long time no see” setting since Holly Cole‘s last visit to Berlin was

Pedro Martins – Vox

The winner of the 2015 Montreux Guitar Competition, Pedro Martins was heavily featured on guitarist Kurt

Caecilie Norby – Sisters In Jazz

Following Danish Jazz singer Caecilie Norby ever since her 1995 Blue Note debut has always echoed

James Ingram 1952-2019

Just a few days after the legendary Michel Legrand left this earth, we have lost James

First Acts Announced For North Sea Jazz 2019

Earlier today, the first 35 acts for this year’s North Sea Jazz Festival have been announced.

69th Berlinale Round The Corner

The full programme has been announced earlier today after festival director Dieter Kosslick’s last programme press