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Eve Lucas

Don't miss the "Call Me By Your Name" author's talk on Sep 18, 18:00 at Silent Green. As part of the About: Sex special of the International Literature Festival, Aciman will discuss the presentation of gay sex in literature. Read more

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The Syrian-born author speaks on Sep 17, 18:00 at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. His talk on the impact of migration on mental health is one of our top picks. Read more

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The South Korean author talks on Sep 14, 21:00, at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. Her debut novel "The Incendiaries" was a must-read, now she's one of our lit fest must-hears. Read more

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Don't miss the Nigerian writer's talk on Sep 13, 20:00, at HAU. Eloquent and engaging, she's one of our top events. Read more

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Opening Sep 11 through Sep 21, International Literature Festival Berlin is back with a record 220 guests and a packed programme of events taking over stages across the city. We take a look at this year’s lit trends. Read more

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With nearly a library's worth of books to pour over at this year's International Literature Festival, it can be tough to know which ones to sit down with. We've taken some of the hard work out of it and have selected our pick of five killer reads. Read more

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For the 17th time, the International Literature Festival (Sep 6-16) welcomes an eclectic mix of international authors to Berlin. Read up on it here before you hit the stacks. And keep checking back here for more interviews, blog, reviews and more... Read more

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Tweaker Nazis, Brandenburg beaches, Weimar satire and happy endings: these summer reads will teach you everything you wanted to know about Berlin, and a few things you didn’t. Read more

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Our guest blogger reflects on a visit to the American civil rights icon's house, transplanted to Berlin by a conceptual artist and on view in Wedding over Gallery Weekend. Read more

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The fearlessly experimental Berlin Art Film Festival showcases 47 films that portray the city from as many angles as they can, whether it's politics, poetry or porn. At Kino Moviemento on Dec 5 and 10-13. Read more

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The hit series "Homeland" filmed its fifth season in Berlin. But while Claire Danes was laying low in Charlottenburg during the shooting, some Arabic artists were sneakily inserting messages that turned out to be less than low-key. Read more

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Acclaimed American novelist Jonathan Franzen presents his new novel "Purity" Sat, Oct 11 at Akademie der Künste. Eve weighs in on the book itself before Franzen's sold-out reading. Read more

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OUT NOW! WHILE WE'RE YOUNG is the new film from Noah Baumbach about a couple experiencing premature middle-agedness. More than a comedy, the film explores real themes such as generational gaps and the relationship between documentary and fiction. Read more

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OUT NOW! ZURICH is Sacha Polak's new cinematic triumph in which a grief-stricken woman hits the road as she struggles to cope with loss and revelation. Read more

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OUT NOW! Basinger delivers strongly in THE 11TH HOUR but things get a little too crazy to be believable as her character kidnaps a baby on the German-Czech border. Read more

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OUT NOW! In THE AGE OF ADALINE, the beautiful costumes worn by the even more beautiful Blake Lively throughout the film does not compensate for an unimaginative script. Read more

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OUT NOW! Stephen Daldry goes from Billy Elliot to Brazilian slumdogs in TRASH. Three young protagonists carry the sentimental yet satisfying plot. Read more

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OUT NOW! In the military-industrial drama LIES OF THE VICTORS, a troubled journalist from a (fictitious) Berlin newspaper chases a story about traumatised army veterans. Read more

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FILM: Michael Winterbottom's The Face of an Angel is not set in Perugia and the murder victim is not an innocent young British student called Meredith Kercher, rightly suggesting that media reporting on such crimes has lost itself (and us) … Read more

OUT NOW! Director Bill Pohlad excellently realizes the tumultuous career of Beach Boy Brian Wilson in two parts in LOVE & MERCY. Read more

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Experience the RAF as it played out in the radicalized 1960s and 1970s. Jean-Gabriel Périot’s documentary "Une Jeunesse Allemande" explores the Baader-Meinhof gang with footage of the time. Join us Mon, Jun 15, 8:30pm at Lichtblick. Read more

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