The sixth annual German Film Fest screens banned films and metal bands.
Movie Reviews & Stories
Germany’s movies look about as cheery as its political arena nowadays.
Its film exports in the past year included a disfigured concentration camp survivor in Pheonix, a deadly zomb
Jawohl! Maifest, Germany’s oldest sausage party, is here.
Oktoberfest gets a lot of column inches—the legislated
purity of Bavarian beer, the goofy hats, the giant urinal troughs—while
Maifest always gets short shrift.
And who does not excite himse
words by Dave DepperDuisbergAh, Germany. My favorite country in Europe. A bustling, thoroughly modern, blindingly precise land full of beautiful landscape, friendly people, and great food. And of course, the Autobahn, where you can drive just as fast as your little heart desires.Our first show here was at a club called Cafe Steinbruch, in Duisberg, a pleasant town in the middle of the bustling Ruhr ...