Julia Korbik, Author at English
By Julia Korbik - 23. 02. 2015

Including Feminist Fashion Statements™, a moving speech on race, and an invitation to be weird....

By Julia Korbik - 11. 02. 2015

With “Body”, Małgorzata Szumowska succeeded in making a small, touching movie about how we use our bodies to handle certain things....

By Julia Korbik - 9. 02. 2015

Sebastian Schipper’s “Victoria” is a stunner, a breathless Berlin tour-de-force....

By Julia Korbik - 7. 02. 2015

Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay face their past as a married couple in “45 Years”....

By Julia Korbik - 6. 02. 2015

The Berlinale’s opening film “Nobody Wants The Night”, despite a spectacular cast and gorgeous cinematography, turned out rather pale....

By Julia Korbik - 6. 02. 2015

Some trivia, facts and figures....

By Julia Korbik - 5. 02. 2015

The 65th Berlin International Film Festival – the Berlinale – starts today: For ten days the German capital will be ruled by cinema. A small outlo...

By Julia Korbik - 28. 01. 2015

On a questionable trend....

By Julia Korbik - 15. 12. 2014

Why Taylor Swift should have been “Person of the Year” 2014....

By Julia Korbik - 11. 11. 2014

Only a society which guarantees women the right to abort is a truly humanistic one....

By Julia Korbik - 10. 11. 2014

The German media love their “Mutti” Merkel. That’s not only stupid, but also disrespectful. ...

By Julia Korbik - 2. 11. 2014

How I came to discover East Germany: Musings from a naïve Western German....

By Julia Korbik - 21. 10. 2014

Women have to be good-looking; men don’t. Especially in Hollywood....

By Julia Korbik - 6. 10. 2014

Which social problem has been keeping us busy for 60 years, concerns everyone, but interests way too few people?...

By Julia Korbik - 25. 10. 2012

Instead of rejoicing in the increasing prominence of feminist ideas and authors, many feminists fight over the intricacies of their respective beliefs...

By Julia Korbik - 20. 05. 2012

Ignoring political context won’t change the facts: the Eurovision Song Contest is a political event. Almost all countries use the music stage for po...

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