This year’s German Film Festival features a special program curated by the Goethe-Institut in celebration of our 50th year in Australia. To celebrate, our teams in Melbourne and Sydney hand-picked a film highlight from each of these five decades…
Would you like to decide for yourself how and when to learn German, but also exchange ideas within a group? Your teacher will provide feedback and support you throughout the whole course. Enrol now in our online group courses for levels A1, A2 and B1 starting in May!
Kino for Kids is back! Experience a fantastic selection of the latest German films for children and teens as part of the German Film Festival 2022. This year, you can look forward to humorous, adventurous and strong young characters on their journey through life.
With 6 hours of German per week, this course will ensure fast progression, while your progress is closely monitored by one of our professional teachers. Enroll before 19 May and safe $35 with code: EarlyBirdMay
This gripping historical drama starring Lars Eidinger is based on a true story of the last death sentence in the GDR – and director Franziska Stünkel will visit the German Film Festival in Australia for Q&As in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.