Since 2013, the Expo festival has featured a curated selection of performances by international artists from the theater community. We spoke with festival creator Daniel Brunet from English Theatre Berlin to learn more about this year’s lineup.
“East German women want to pay for themselves, they don’t want to be dependent on anybody,” says Anke Domscheit-Berg from Die Linke. We spoke with the Bundestag member about her role in the documentary, “Ostfrauen.”
The Brexit deadline has been pushed back again — this time until Oct. 31, granting U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May six months to consider a new plan. We talked to London-based German journalist Imke Henkel to hear more about what the extension means for Britain and Europe.
Flussfilmfest — a traveling film festival that comes to Berlin tonight — wants to use stories about rivers to figure out ways to save them. We talked to Tobias Schäfer, the initiator of the festival, to learn more.
Ben Okri, a Man Booker Prize winner and author of 11 novels, came to Berlin this month to headline Berlin’s African Book Festival. We talked with him about his work and delving into the mystery of life through narrative.