Playing the piano, going for walks and doing household chores are what make Daniel in New York an everyday hero for Alzheimer's patient Byron O'Connell. Now he's making a film to encourage those dealing with the disease.
What's it really like at one of those fancy Cannes receptions? DW film critic Hans Christoph von Bock put on his best suit and dove into the celebrity chaos. He also investigated why German film isn't getting noticed.
If you think Berlin is sexy now, you should have been there in the 80s. Expat Mark Reeder tells DW about the "music, art and chaos" of the day, and how his new film captures it all.
The world's most famous film festival has begun in Cannes on the French Riviera, with a special emphasis on women. This year's first film was a decidedly less glamorous affair than the flashy openers of recent years.