Berlinale Talents is the creative laboratory at the Berlin International Film Festival. This year, 300 promising young filmmakers from all over the world are there, and DW trainees look at the most promising talent.
The Berlinale isn't only a window into the latest in contemporary film. Each year, thousands of visitors travel to Berlin for a unique viewing of restored treasures from the history of film. DW sneaks a peak. (09.02.2014)
With more than 300,000 tickets sold, the Berlinale is the biggest festival in the world. It's a convergence of art, glamour and business. DW presents some fast facts about this year's fest below. (07.02.2014)
Cannes is more chic. Venice is warmer. Nevertheless, everyone loves the Berlinale in the German capital. About 400 films make up the festival's program this year - some even sold out well in advance. (06.02.2014)
Canadian-born filmmaker Derek Howard is rubbing shoulders with the biggest names in the industry at the Berlinale. He tells us why film is getting even more international, and why Berlin is the place to be.
It's a dream come true for Lennart Ruff: The Academy of Motion Pictures in Beverly Hills has awarded the young German filmmaker the Student Academy Awards gold medal - placing him firmly on the path to success.
We join the big names of the silver screen on the red carpet at this year's Berlinale film festival, then head to the Berlinale Talents where the young filmmakers have a chance to step into the spotlight. We then swap champagne for coffee, and for good measure we slip out of our evening wear and into a wetsuit to dive beneath the coral reefs of Borneo for this week's Generation Change report.
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