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.
In the second installment of our segment on classical music and opera, Leitmotifs, host and opera singer Fredrika Brillembourg is joined by Marsha Ginsberg, a set and costume designer for opera and theater.
In light of continued rent increases in Berlin, a radical approach has fueled the housing debate: expropriation. We talked to Ralf Schönball from Der Tagesspiegel about the initiative and how Berlin politicians are reacting.
Who will benefit from the proliferation of Artificial intelligence technology? That’s just one of many questions debated at last week’s Aspen AI conference. In our second piece on the event, we talked to experts at the conference to learn more.
Berlin’s Arab film festival, ALFILM, now in its 10th year, comes to theaters across the city this week. We talked to programmer Claudia Jubeh on how the festival aims to continue telling diverse stories from the Arab world.