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Nadav Lapid experienced that himself. About 20 years ago he did his military service in Israel. After that he lived in Tel Aviv and suddenly decided that he had to leave the country "with a one-way ticket". In France he purposely stopped speaking Hebrew and had to learn a new language. 

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 German cinema was also honored. There were two important prizes on Saturday evening for the German directors Angela Schanelec and Nora Fingscheidt. She received the Alfred Bauer Prize, a Silver Bear, for "System sprinkler". With the drama about a girl who was driven by outbursts of violence, she succeeded in making a thoughtful, emotionally appealing first feature film.

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Berlin (AP) – The Hamburg director Fatih Akin is presenting his new film in the Berlinale competition today "The golden glove" in front. The basis is the story of the real serial killer Fritz Honka and the detective novel by Heinz Strunk. The whole thing takes place in Hamburg in the 1970s.

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Jonas Dassler ("The silent classroom") plays the role of Honka, who made his victims in the 1970s in the St. Pauli pub "To the golden glove" got to know.

Heinrich Breloer will present his docu-drama outside of the competition "Brecht", which will be on TV in March at Arte and in the first. Breloer interviewed contemporary witnesses and companions of the playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956). The cast of the game scenes include Tom Schilling, Burghart Klaußner and Adele Neuhauser. Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier is expected at the premiere in the Haus der Berliner Festspiele.

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In the competition of the film festival runs from Norway "Ut og stjæle hester (Out Stealing Horses)" by Hans Petter Moland with Stellan Skarsgård. The basis was the novel "steal horses". The character study comes from Austria "The ground under your feet" by Marie Kreutzer.

There is a world premiere in the Friedrichstadtpalast "Gully boy" Cinema from India. The director Zoya Akhtar unite "Bollywood and hip-hop become a colorful music and love story with a socially critical background"According to the announcement for the special gala. Lead actor Ranveer Singh is a star in India – 20 million people follow him on Instagram.

Berlin (AP) – Festival director Dieter Kosslick (70) relies on small aids during the Berlinale to keep fit. "The most important thing is: I have to stay healthy.123helpme.me I mustn’t get a cold"said Kosslick of the German press agency.

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"There are rituals: I take African immune drops and drink ginger-lemon water and green tea every morning." He also insists on getting enough sleep and eating "pretty politically correct", such as apples, muesli, figs or almonds.

This year, Kosslick will be guiding the film festival for the last time, which will run from February 7th to 17th.

Berlin (AP) – The state security has been switched on because of an attack on a group of AfD members in Berlin. He is investigating dangerous bodily harm, as a police spokeswoman said.

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Part of the investigation is also to clarify whether party affiliation was possibly the motive for the attack. The perpetrators are still unknown.

According to the police in Berlin, four AfD members were attacked, beaten and, in some cases, injured by a group. In describing the incident, the police relied on statements from the attacked.

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According to their statements, the five to seven attackers would have the AfD politicians near the Berlinale cinema on Sunday evening "International" attacked, said a police spokeswoman on Monday on request. Two of the four victims were slightly injured by being hit with a fist or an object hidden in a cloth bag.

The two beatings, aged 27 and 31, had refused hospital treatment and were cared for on site. When asked by the dpa, the 31-year-old said that masked attackers had rushed towards them and "Fucking Nazis" would have called.

They were on their way to the cinema. Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick had supporters of the right-wing populist party to visit the documentary free of charge "The secret archive in the Warsaw ghetto" invited.

According to the local police, the 27-year-old received a head bandage. With this he later showed himself in front of the cinema, as witnesses reported. He accused left-wing extremists of being responsible for the attack.

Berlin (dpa) – The first changes have already been announced, the offices at Potsdamer Platz have been moved: The new management of the Berlinale will officially start work in the first week of June. The Italian Carlo Chatrian (47) and the Dutch Mariette Rissenbeek (62) form a double top.

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Chatrian, previously at the Locarno Film Festival, becomes artistic director. Rissenbeek, an expert in film marketing, takes over the management. A new era has begun for Germany’s largest film festival, one of the most important in the world alongside Cannes and Venice.

The 69th Berlinale in February was the last with Dieter Kosslick, who was said goodbye after 18 years with hymns of praise and a huge teddy bear. Chatrian and Rissenbeek inherit from Kosslick a vibrant festival with 400 films annually and more than 300,000 tickets sold.

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Finding a new course is not easy. Critics think the Berlin Film Festival is too big. Fans like the overwhelming selection. When stars come, that’s great. But if their films are bad, that’s not right either. The films should be artistically demanding, but at the same time they have to please the audience.

One thing is certain: the Berlinale should remain a public festival. Chatrian told the German Press Agency in April that he didn’t feel that the festival had to be smaller. "Because the audience comes to the films." Rissenbeek promised films for a wider audience as well as for special groups.

In addition to some personnel changes in the company, the first cuts in the program are already clear. The culinary cinema introduced by Kosslick, which combines top chefs’ food and films, will be abolished, as will the Native series.

The Encounters competition, in which up to 15 films are shown, is new. It is intended to support new and unusual voices in the cinema. A three-person jury decides on the prizes for the best film, the best director and a special prize.

And then there’s the thing about Netflix. The new management thinks little of banning streaming services competing with cinemas from film festivals. "It’s the young people who watch Netflix that you want to bring back to the cinema. Excluding streaming services from the Berlinale would probably be the wrong approach"said Rissenbeek.

And Dieter Kosslick? The 71-year-old has already written his memoir. And he has a new small office: He will be the jury chairman of the Carl Laemmle Producer Award, which in previous years went to industry greats such as Regina Ziegler and Roland Emmerich. After saying goodbye to the film festival, there was another high honor: the Federal Cross of Merit.

Kosslick performed his position with so much skill, passion and good humor that one could already say today: "We will miss him endlessly"said Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. "Whenever you are longing for a red carpet – Bellevue Palace is ready to roll it out for you."

In July, actress Sila Sahin had her second son Noah. She talks to t-online.de about life with two small children and reveals whether she is a helicopter mother and how she got her figure back.

Actress Sila Sahin and her husband, professional soccer player Samuel Radlinger, had their first son Elija a good two years ago. Shortly afterwards, the couple expected offspring again. Noah was born in July 2019.

At the edge of "Colorful & BMW Festival Night" In the Italian embassy in Berlin, TV star Sila Sahin talked about her life with two kids, their parenting methods and also tells whether she or her husband Samuel is stricter.

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t-online.de: Ms. Sahin, you became a mother again in the summer. How are you?

Sila Sahin: Very good! I am fully in this mummy cosmos and have something to do every day. The boys keep me busy.

How is life with now two little sons?

It is definitely more exhausting than before. I always say: "One child is not a child and two are like ten." We have a lot of circus at home.

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Is it still possible to think about sleep in the Sahin-Radlinger house?

Well, I traveled to Berlin today from a job. I shot until three in the morning, got on the plane at seven and I can still be here. I’m just used to it and now I’ve hardened because I’m often awake because of the little ones.

There are usually two types of mothers in the children’s playground: helicopter mothers and those who are relaxed. What kind of mom would you consider yourself to be?

I think I’m somewhere in between. I don’t think there are only helicopter parents or the more relaxed parents. I’m really very strict about some aspects of my upbringing. But there are also many things where I am more relaxed because I get used to it. Of course I am also afraid for my children, because they are my everything!

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Who is stricter? You or your husband Samuel?

I think Samuel is more consistent than me.

You look brilliant again today. How did you manage that after the birth in July? What’s your after-baby bodysuit secret?

I’ve changed my diet. Since I freshly prepared everything for Elijah and there were a lot of vegetables, I also ate differently. That was a change. We are now also trying to leave out the meat.