Kate Camp discuss her time in Berlin writing her new collection "Snow White's Coffin".
The film tells about the people in L'Aquila and their experiences after the earthquake in Italy in 2009.
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Niklas Roy is a Berlin based artist, designer and engineer and will be present at Semi-Permanent in Auckland.
The Goethe-Institut and the New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation warmly invite you to an evening with the poet Courtney Sina Meredith.
Theatre students of Victoria University present the English-language premiere of Andres Veiel's and Gesine Schmidt’s The Kick.
The Goethe-Institut is very pleased to support Cornelia Erdmann's participation at this year's WGTN Lux Festival.
Also in 2013 the Goethe-Institut is delighted that the Out Takes Film Festival is screening a selection of excellent German films.
The Film Societies present a great variety of German productions from April to November 2013.
Susan Gibson travelled to Germany as a scholarship holder and tells about her experiences.
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the composer Richard Wagner, our blog will present a variety of perspectives on Wagner’s cosmos.
We will present a selection of short films which were shown at the Berlinale film festival in Berlin in February.
The Goethe-Insittut presents the photography exhibition "The Power of Language".