This Kino Special focuses on the secrets of filmmaking: What role do camera and light play? How do music and sound influence emotions? Lots of questions and lots of answers!
17.01.15 | 05:30 - 06:00 UTC, 17.01.15 | 08:30 - 09:00 UTC, 17.01.15 | 12:30 - 13:00 UTC, 17.01.15 | 16:30 - 17:00 UTC, 17.01.15 | 20:30 - 21:00 UTC, 17.01.15 | 23:30 - 00:00 UTC, 19.01.15 | 03:30 - 04:00 UTC, 22.01.15 | 19:30 - 20:00 UTC
The creator of 'Mad Men' and actress Audrey Tautou are on this year's panel.
In our 150th edition of Kino, we’ll look back at the year in cinema: the festivals, the new faces, the surprising genre movies, rediscoveries - and our favorite film of the year! We’ll also go to the Festival of German Films in Moscow, where we ask what Russians like so much about German comedies.
Kino asks: Is TV the new cinema? We also take a look at a remarkable film about how Germany dealt with its Nazi past in the courts. We talk to Wim Wenders about his new documentary. And we meet a young cinematographer on his way to a bright career in Hollywood.
Kino’s special edition marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Life in East and West Germany and the ideological battle between capitalism and socialism has been reflected extensively in the world of film, producing espionage thrillers, tales of escape, as well as love stories. Plus we talk to actor Thomas Kretschmann about how he escaped East Germany and made it in Hollywood.
Kino introduces you to the newly-crowned winners of the "First Steps Award" and meets director Christian Petzold and his muse, actress Nina Hoss, at the world premiere of their new film "Phoenix” at the Toronto Film Festival. Plus: the adapation of erotic best-seller "Wrecked” and a documentary about German basketball star Dirk Nowitzki.
The Venice Film Festival has begun! We look at the latest from German veteran Volker Schlöndorff with his theater adaptation "Diplomacy;” a new documentary about a German-Indian love story and why German directors love to go to the Locarno Festival.
Powerful stories. New faces.
Ute Soldierer is the face of film on DW. Since 2003, she has been the host of KINO.
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