In cooperation with Filmgalerie 451, the Goethe-Institut presents an online streaming program called GOETHE ON DEMAND. It contains an exquisite selection of films that is free of charge on Vimeo until 30 June 2020.
Desperate to escape my confined Corona-existence in Berlin, I have begun exploring beyond the city limits. Brandenburg cops a fair bit of flak for being boring and lifeless, but it’s actually full of attractive destinations for those in need of a green getaway.
Worlds away from the Timeless fantasy trilogy, German star Jannis Niewöhner steps into a gritty role as a young father trying to keep his children in this affecting drama, which screens at this year's virtual edition of the Sydney Film Festival.
Arriving as a German migrant to Australia in the late 1850s, Bernhard Holtermann was a man of many talents – ranging from arts philanthropist to gold digger. A newly released book by German journalist Christoph Hein documents his varied life.
The wall that divided Germany and Berlin fell in 1989. What changes have the country and the city seen since then? And where does one still find traces of the previous borders? Walks and tours along the places where the wall once stood.