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INTERVIEW. Forced Entertainment travels from their isolated Sheffield home to Berlin's HAU, Oct 16-19, to celebrate 30 years together. Artistic Director Tim Etchells reflects on the development of the internationally acclaimed performance collective. more

Theatre & Dance

OUT NOW! Cronenberg does it again with his disturbing take on Hollywood life in MAPS TO THE STARS. more

Film

INTERVIEW. With Berlin's Art Week arriving next week, Alex Duve delivers young hotshot Chris Succo ahead of the chaos. The hotshot gallerist has an eye for the next big thing. The exhibition opens on Sep 12. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. Every hour during her 30-day hikes, American Mirra would pause and make an ink rubbing, leaving the creation of her work to the chance. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW: Nicola Hümpel of Nico and the Navigators. The ensemble is stages Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle, putting a contemporary spin on what the great comic composer called his “poor little Mass”. more

Theatre & Dance

OUT NOW! In RESTLESS, the unbelievable good looks of Henry Hopper are the real tragedy of Van Sant's love story. more

Film

In October 2010, Berlin's mayor announced a project to showcase the city’s artistic production. Five young curators explored Berlin’s art world and developed a program. The end result is the exhibition based in Berlin. more

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These days the line between art and theater seems to be getting fuzzier and fuzzier. Find out how Ship O Fools dances on the line between installation and performance. more

Theatre & Dance 1 Comments

OUT NOW! Depression in film is often handled badly. Surprisingly, along comes Mel Gibson and THE BEAVER. more

Film

What do museums, research, churches and math all have in common, besides government funding and a special place in parents’ dreams for their children? They all have a Lange Nacht. more

Theatre & Dance

Berlin is a haven for theatre lovers - if you have a grip on the German tongue. The city’s sheer profusion of legendary stages, all presided over by world-renowned directors can be supremely frustrating for those still struggling to order a Döner without blushing. more

Theatre & Dance

De Niro’s latest vehicle, a cinematization of a Noël Coward play and the much-lauded Precious all release a lot of hot air – with varying degrees of success. more

Film

The Hughes brothers' The Book of Eli and Werner Herzog's remake of Bad Lieutenant tackle post-apocalyptic life in two very different ways. more

Film

A mad scientist makes a Faustian pact and a hapless everyman tries to get by as best he can: Terry Gilliam and the Coen brothers tackle the human condition. more

Film

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