Nachrichte, Einblicke und Interviews von dem German Film Festival
For decades, heavy industry and mining have shaped countries and people. Today, former industrial cities are in search of new identities.
Get to know German sport stars like Magdalena Neuner and Sebastian Vettel – or tell us about your favorite sport yourself. Or get familiar with the most important German sport terms so you can get involved!
Orchestras, concert halls and festivals: Germany’s classical music scene – background information and current trends
In the wake of the 1989 political turning point the comic scenes in both Germany and the Czech Republic are tanking up with new self-confidence.
We often unknowingly move in the grey zone of copyright law. What directions is copyright law taking in both countries?
Traces of German speaking architects in Ankara
For three weeks the German author travels through Vietnam and writes about her impressions and encounters.
For the fourth time the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles and its partners present the best German films of the past year (20.–24.10.2010).
Visiting the young art scene: curatorial and artistic practices in Germany and Brazil
Euro-Chilean Jazzfestival in Santiago de Chile
Deutschsprachige Bücher in tschechischer Übersetzung
Explorations from South-Eastern Europe
Young people from Germany report on and from the metropolis on Lake Michigan, as they discover what President Obama’s hometown has to offer.
Recent feature and documentary films from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
New German films at the Sehenswert film festival
Portal for translated German literature, providing an overview of publications and news from the German publishing world.
Argentinean and native German speaking writers are getting a better insight into the society of their guestland.
Please visit the African poster exhibition – online or in one of our Goethe-Institutes in sub-Saharan Africa
The anthology “Hijacked 2”, fashion pics by Olaf Martens and Artist in Residence projects: photography closer examined
The magazine kutub:na adresses publishers in the Arabic world. It proposes new german books for translation into Arabic.
Site-specific installations offer alternatives to the rampant mediatization of everyday life and heighten our awareness of the “here and now”.
The Goethe-Institut Belgrad will be 40 - and it is getting younger: Who is the Goethe-Guerilla and what is it doing?
Nine countries contribute to the contemporary Bicentario discourse.
Goethe-Institut Taipei on its way to a carbon neutral status
If you want to be a real player in the 21st century, learning German will give you the edge.
Literature from German speaking countries on the Prague book fair “Svět knihy”, May 16.–19., 2013
Meet German artists currently working in the Czech Republic as Artists in Residence.
Out of more than 4.000 entries from 57 countries the jury has chosen three winners.
September 19 to October 2, 2011
Modern metropolises’ vistas and promises of happiness: a project on the pursuit of happiness in the cities of Warsaw, Berlin and Mumbai
Students from ten countries and three continents discuss eight global-political development goals.
La Germania in italiano. Italien auf Deutsch. A two-year initiative to break-down prejudices and stereotypes that shape collective opinions in both countries
An event series on the dynamic of globalisation in Brazil and Germany
Online practice exam for those interested in a German exam for beginners to advanced (A1 – C2) – fully accessible and therefore especially suited for people with disabilities
Concepts, strategies and examples for city planning in Germany and Russia
How does the image look like that German and Czech media paint of the immigrants in their country?
Concrete building colonies, palaces of culture, wide boulevards: the future of relics of socialist architecture in Germany and the Czech Republic
Especially the young demonstration goes to show that Vietnamese immigrants are more than the stereotypes of the majority.
Polit-pop with Schwarzenberg and Guttenberg, Pirate Party, Twitter, Facebook and German Presidential Election 2.0: The political commitment of the youth has changed.