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Austrian director Ulrich Seidl makes a habit of blurring boundaries: his documentaries include staged scenes, and his dramas feature nonprofessional actors who are sometimes playing versions of themselves. But there is little middle ground when it comes...
BERLIN -- Europe's most important relationship is under increasing strain after French officials accused Germany's leader of "egotistical intransigence" and leaders in Berlin shot back by describing France as the continent's "biggest problem child."...
KLM and Air France will get you from LAX to Berlin and back for $796, including all taxes and fees. The fare is subject to availability and requires a Saturday night stay. Travelers must depart Monday-Thursday and between April 1 and May 16. Info: KLM,...
Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, the last known surviving member of the German resistance group that tried unsuccessfully to assassinate Adolf Hitler during World War II, has died. He was 90. He died Friday at his home in Munich, his wife, Gundula von Kleist,...
WASHINGTON -- When John Kerry’s political foes complained in 2004 that he “looked French” and ordered Swiss cheese on his Philadelphia cheese steaks, the Democratic presidential nominee began keeping his affinities for Europe bien...
BERLIN — The 63rd Berlin Film Festival opened Thursday with an elegant bang — of fists, feet and questions. Kicking off the 11 days of cinematic offerings was jury president Wong Kar Wai’s epic martial arts drama, “The Grandmaster&...
BERLIN -- Forbidden from making films, Iranian director Jafar Panahi is struggling with the restriction, says his longtime collaborator. “It’s difficult to work, but not being able to work is even more difficult, and especially at the height...
FrameworkWednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Africa, where Malian youths restrain an alleged shop looter after arresting him in the northern city of Gao, a key Islamist stronghold until it was retaken by French and Malian troops in a major boost to the...
Yasmina Reza, the Tony Award-winning French dramatist whose stage hits include "Art" and "God of Carnage," has a new work out this month but it isn't a play. Reza has published a new novel in France titled "Heureux les Heureux." The 190-page book...
Here's another serving of Rihanna and Chris Brown news, in case you weren't stuffed and staring at a daunting batch of delicacies you'd already had enough of. Rihanna and Chris Brown spent Thanksgiving night partying together, according to TMZ,...
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As the chief conductor and artistic director of the Berlin Philharmonic, Simon Rattle holds one of the most prestigious and coveted jobs in the world of conducting. The English maestro, who joined the venerated orchestra in 2002, has announced that he...
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NEW YORK — The hair jokes may have grown old, what with a slight fleck of gray peeking through his now shortened and tamed curls. The Dude nickname is pretty much over as well. And no longer is Gustavo Dudamel as tempted to head for Pink's hot dog...
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