We are thrilled to return to screens around Australia with our Kino for Kids Program in 2021. Kino for Kids is a wonderful opportunity for young audiences, schools and families alike to experience a fantastic collection of the latest German films.
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“Signs of Resistance” is a film series with documentaries from four decades, including 14 films about civil society engagement, protest movements, migration, culture of remembrance and environmental issues.
In her latest book Atlas of AI leading scholar Kate Crawford writes on how the global networks underpinning artificial intelligence (AI) technology are damaging the environment, entrenching inequality and fuelling a shift toward undemocratic governance.
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Artist James Reka is a Melberliner. After cutting his teeth in Melbourne’s fledgling street art scene, he moved to the German capital to expand his horizons. Brianna spoke to Reka about working in Europe and his upcoming solo exhibition back home, in Collingwood.
One year into the coronavirus pandemic, most people are tired of all the restrictions. How can they be inspired to embrace less consumerism for an ecological transformation? Sociologist Harald Welzer is confident that changing the narrative and positive visions will do the trick.
Returning to cinemas around Australia throughout May and June, the German Film Festival once again surveys the latest and greatest in German-language filmmaking, including two features with ties to one of the country's best-known directors.