100 Years After World War One
Wednesday, August 20 - Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Unless otherwise noted all events are held at he Goethe-Institut San Francisco.
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All events in the context of World War One are made possible by the generous support of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany.
In collaboration with the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in San Francisco.
Film: Aug. 20, 6:30pm, Chris Kraus. Germany, 2009/2010, 129 min.
Erich Maria Remarque’s Antiwar Novel “All Quiet on the Western Front” as a Graphic Novel.
Opening Reception: Aug. 21, 6:30pm.
With artists Peter Eickmeyer and Gaby von Borstel.
Exhibition: Aug. 22 – Sept. 12
Peter Eickmeyer and Gaby von Borstel Read from the Graphic Novel “All Quiet on the Western Front”
(Followed by the film "All Quiet on the Western Front".)
Reading: Aug. 27, 6:30pm.
All Quiet on the Western Front
Film: Aug. 27, 7:30pm, Lewis Milestone. USA, 1930, 136 min.
The Woman and the Stranger
Film: Sept. 3, 6:30pm, Rainer Simon. GDR, 1984/1985, 98 min.
The White Ribbon
Film: Sept. 10, 6:30pm, Michael Haneke. Germany, Austria, France, Italy, 2009, 144 min.
100 Years Later: What Effect Remains From WWI on the European-American Relationship?
Panel Discussion: Sept. 16, 6pm-8pm.
At the University of California, Berkeley, 370, Dwinelle Hall, Level G.
Film: Sept. 17, 6:30pm, Eva Knopf. Germany, 2013, 45 min.
Notre Mère la Guerre – Our Mother the War
Opening Reception: Sept. 18, 6:30pm
Incl. moderated artist talk with artists Maël and Kris.
Exhibition: Sept. 19 – Oct. 10
14 - Diaries of the Great War I – Parts 1 & 2
Film: Sept. 24, 6:30pm, Jan Peter, various countries, 2014
14 - Diaries of the Great War I – Parts 3 & 4
Film: Oct. 1, 6:30pm, Jan Peter, various countries, 2014
Arnold Schönberg’s Music
Lecture-Performance:Oct. 9, 7 pm, at Salle Pianos, San Francisco