Berlin Correspondent, AFP
AFP correspondent, Berlin-based since '95. Cover Angela Merkel, Europe's top economy and foreign policy but they let me do the film fests too. Usual disclaimer.
google.com — Mads Mikkelsen back after Cannes win with French role CANNES, France - Danish star Mads Mikkelsen fires crossbows, delivers a baby colt and speaks fluent French in the Renaissance drama "Michael Kohlhaas", which joined the competition Friday at Cannes.
movies.nytimes.com — Where did the time go? Has it really been nine years since we last saw Celine and Jesse, in Paris, rekindling the romance that first sparked nine years before that, in Vienna? Luckily (for us and for them) they are still together, having hatched a pair of sweet blond twin girls and glided, or maybe stumbled, into their 40s.
google.com — Cannes goes from bling to crisis with US road movie CANNES, France - Cannes turned its back on bling Thursday with a road movie set in today's crisis-ravaged American Midwest, featuring the latest standout performance by a star from Hollywood's 1970s golden age.
bbc.co.uk — Germany is the most positively viewed nation in the world in this year's annual Country Ratings Poll for the BBC World Service. More than 26,000 people were surveyed internationally for the poll. They were asked to rate 16 countries and the European Union on whether their influence in the world was "mainly positive" or "mainly negative".
brecorder.com — CANNES: Franco-Italian director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi relived a painful chapter of her family history in a film presented at Cannes Tuesday in which she cast her real-life mother and ex-lover. Bruni Tedeschi, the elder sister of France's former First Lady Carla Bruni, said her work on "A Castle in Italy" (Un Chateau en Italie) helped heal old wounds.
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