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The Exberlinale Blog: Light and shade

Our guest blogger assesses a pair of sidebar standouts with opposing world views. Read more

Feb 8, 2019 1:05 PM The Berlinale Blog

INTERVIEW! Wanuri Kahiu on her headline-grabbing, record-breaking lesbian romance Rafiki. It's on in Berlin cinemas Jan 31. Read more

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Walter Crasshole on the world’s first queer gaming exhibit, Rainbow Arcade, on through May 13 at the Schwules Museum. Read more

What's On

INTERVIEW! The world sees its first-ever comprehensive exhibition on the queer history of video games, Rainbow Arcade, at the Schwules Museum Dec 14-May 13. Co-curator Adrienne Shaw explains what went into it. Read more

What's On

Why Walter Crasshole's queer friends’ obsession with the esoteric doesn't quite fly with him. Read more

Opinion

Ofir Raul Graizer on his foreign language Oscar sumbission The Cakemaker and the relationship between love, baking and filmmaking. Preview on Tuesday at Lichtblick Kino! Read more

Interviews & Portraits

From techno to rap: the eclectic 3hd festival returns Oct 23-27 with a characteristically genre crossing line-up to HAU, Säule, Ohm and Kunstquartier Bethanien Read more

Concerts & Parties

Teenage school years can be a bumpy ride. Add the feeling of growing up in a body at odds with your own gender, a dose of structural transphobia and, of course, peer pressure, and you're in for quite a rollercoaster... Read more

Zeitgeist

Walter Crasshole goes out to celebrate two long-standing queer institutions Read more

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Walter Crasshole ponders how homos are entering matrimony. Read more

Opinion

“By-Products of Love” champions three giants – Rosa von Praunheim, Elfi Mikesch and Werner Schroeter – of German underground cinema. It's on at Akademie der Künste through Aug 12. Here's our tips for this month. Read more

Film

Walter Crasshole strips Xposed Queer Film Festival down to the essentials. Catch the fest May 24-27 at Moviemento. Read more

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Turkish artist Nilbar Güreş on using humour and fabric to craft her own political language. Her two exhibitions at Galerie Tanja Wagner and the Schwules Museum end Apr 13 and 15 respectively. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Will Potsdamer Straße ever be a nightlife drag? Right now, Berlin scenester Lena Braun is reclaiming what she sees as the street’s rightful legacy with her new "miniature cabaret", Barbiche. Read more

Insider Tips

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Walter Crasshole on why the world doesn’t necessarily need more gay CEOs. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Luca Guadagnino on the intense sensuality of "Call Me By Your Name", out in Berlin cinemas on Mar 1. Read more

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Exberlinale Blog: Carnival comes to the Teddys

Brazilian queers were the real stand-out at this year's Teddy Awards. Read more

Feb 24, 2018 5:30 PM The Berlinale Blog

Walter Crasshole on why those who stay in Berlin over the holidays have the gayest time of all. Read more

Opinion

"Only dead fish follow the stream,” reads the exhibition text for THEY. Spotlighting mainly Berlin-based artists who flow against the "tide" of gender and sexual norms, it's a fine survey of local talent. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. Bruce LaBruce on his lesbian-separatist film "The Misandrists" and the complexities of queer politics today. Catch it followed by a Q&A with star Susanne Sachse at EXBlicks' PORNBlicks on Dec 26, 20:30. Read more

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