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  • Watch: Peter Sellars at Salzburg Festival (ARTE)

    Watch: Peter Sellars at Salzburg Festival (ARTE)

    The American director Peter Sellars was invited to the Salzburg Festival. For the 2017 edition he staged The Clemency of Titus by Mozart.

  • Watch: Spotlight on Europe's culture scene (ARTE)

    Watch: Spotlight on Europe's culture scene (ARTE)

    The cultural scene of Malmö, the third largest city of Sweden; Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov in Moscow; one year after the earthquake in Italy, how works of art are being rescued; a meeting with clarinetist David Orlowsky; the greek island...

  • Watch: The war on European cannabis (ARTE)

    Watch: The war on European cannabis (ARTE)

    In recent years, Albania has become one of the world's leading producers of cannabis. ARTE Regards looks at the risks of fighting the mafia in the Albanian mountains and near the Italian coast.

  • Watch: Northern Ireland, divided (ARTE)

      Since the end of the war between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland nearly 20 years ago, the inhabitants live officially in peace. But Peace Walls, built to avoid violence between communities, still govern the daily life of the...

  • Watch: Haircuts for the homeless (ARTE)

    Watch: Haircuts for the homeless (ARTE)

    The Barber Angels cut hair free of charge for homeless people all over Germany. Can a haircut change a life?

  • Watch: Taxis fighting Uber in Spain (ARTE)

    Watch: Taxis fighting Uber in Spain (ARTE)

    Cars on fire, acid attacks, fights: in Spanish cities, the taxi war is in full swing. Apps like Uber and Spanish competitor Cabify are disrupting the market. On the streets of Madrid and Barcelona, ARTE Regards meets angry taxi drivers and the...

  • Watch: When the body changes the mind (ARTE)

    Watch: When the body changes the mind (ARTE)

      Doctors are starting to find physical causes for mental illnesses. And when those physical causes are missed, misdiagnosis happens. The patient ends up on the psych ward instead of getting the root cause of the symptoms treated.

  • Watch: From San Gimignano to the Maremma (ARTE)

    Watch: From San Gimignano to the Maremma (ARTE)

      Tuscany attracts visitors from all over the world who flock to the north, to Florence, to Pisa, and to the Chianti wine. The south of the region is a little more untrodden.

  • Watch: The highs and lows of start-up life (ARTE)

    Watch: The highs and lows of start-up life (ARTE)

      Gen Y-ers Christelle, Anthony and Soufiane each decided to set up a social enterprise. From their respective journeys from business utopia to day-to-day reality, Stéphan Moszkowicz filmed their doubts, disappointments and victories during the...

  • Watch: Farewell, my Indian soldier (ARTE)

    Watch: Farewell, my Indian soldier (ARTE)

      In this documentary-style piece of fiction, novelist and filmmaker Vijay Singh follows a young woman who, inspired by her family history, researches the hidden story of Indian battalions fighting in France during the First World War.   

  • Watch: The history of the Bauhaus (ARTE)

    Watch: The history of the Bauhaus (ARTE)

    A "frichti" with a German student; what do they say in France and Germany to make an animal go away? This is the history of the Bauhaus, one of the most important German schools of art in the 20th century; and of course, the riddle.

  • Watch: A look at a tormented life... and a unique sound (ARTE)

    Watch: A look at a tormented life... and a unique sound (ARTE)

    A look at the tormented life of Clara Haskil (1895-1960), and the dazzling purity and fluidity of her unique sound.  Her 10-year professional career was short but disproportionately influential.

  • Watch: How to face death (ARTE)

    Nobody wants to talk about it, and yet we all have to face it at some point.

  • Watch: Sri Lanka by train (ARTE)

    Watch: Sri Lanka by train (ARTE)

    When taking the train feels like flying. So how about taking a train through Sri Lanka?

  • Watch: How Final Fantasy became a cultural icon (ARTE)

    Watch: How Final Fantasy became a cultural icon (ARTE)

      Final Fantasy has established itself as the classic RPG. This week, BiTS takes a look at the game that became a cultural event in its own right. Has the saga become a bridge between western pop culture and Asian pop culture?

  • Watch: A chat with French filmmakers (ARTE)

    Watch: A chat with French filmmakers (ARTE)

    A chat with the duo Delépine and Kervern, the iconoclastic French filmmakers, whose film Le Grand Soir was rewarded with the special prize of the jury.

  • Watch: When creepy stories go viral (ARTE)

    Watch: When creepy stories go viral (ARTE)

    Why do creepy stories go viral? Let's take a look at Slender Man and other weird abominable tales that are told, not by the glow of the camp fire, but by the blue glow of the computer screen.

  • Watch: The Chinese sexual revolution (ARTE)

    Watch: The Chinese sexual revolution (ARTE)

    In a gynecological clinic in Beijing, Dr Hongli asks her patients uncensored questions about their sex lives. "Many of them complain about their marital problems," says the sexologist, who also runs a collective workshop dedicated to "happy...

  • Watch: The gamers gaming the game (ARTE)

    Watch: The gamers gaming the game  (ARTE)

     Some gamers don't just play the game, they game the game. In doing so, they can complete levels far faster than any normal player. Whether it's by looking into the source code for weaknesses or calculating their movements down to the last pixel,...

  • Watch: Asia Argento on receiving a call from Cannes (ARTE)

    Watch: Asia Argento on receiving a call from Cannes (ARTE)

    Asia Argento reflects upon what it was like to be selected in 2014 in the category "Un Certain Regard" for her fourth film. The Italian actress, screenwriter and director is a regular at the festival.