What’s a love story without a sizzling sex scene? Try filming that while adhering to strict social distancing rules. The pandemic is changing the way film and TV is made, as Ben Fajzullin reports.
In normal years, tourism in Chile's natural paradise, Pucon, is thriving. But with travel restrictions amid a pandemic, residents whose livelihood is dependent on tourism are suffering — with no clear end in sight.
Even though the protests against coronavirus restrictions are disturbing, they are a sign of a free society and should be allowed. A ban is just what the protesters are waiting for, says DW's Marcel Fürstenau.
In the new TV series "Sløborn," a sudden pandemic holds a North Sea island community captive. But why are viewers indulging in this and other plague disaster stories in the midst of an actual pandemic?
Coronavirus restrictions have hit the film industry hard. The most recent Tom Hanks film will not be released in movie theaters. What about the upcoming James Bond?
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