Films can provide an opportunity to experience cultural diversity and develop an understanding for different cultures, making them a strong motivator for intercultural learning. The Goethe-Institut is proud to present German children and teen movies for schools and families with our Kino for Kids program. Click here for more information.
For the next instalment of our KinoKonzert series, the internationally renowned German saxophone quartet Sonic.Art will perform live with Berlin: Symphony of a Metropolis, one of the world's most influential silent films, directed by Walter Ruttmann in 1927.
Teams of students (years 7-12) explore the ecological situation in their place of residence, street or school. With concrete ideas and actions, they draw the public's attention to the existing ecological situation. Application deadline: 30 April 2019
The first of May is a significant date in the German calendar. It’s a celebration of the long-awaited spring, it’s a national public holiday, a day of protest, and an opportunity to dance around a large wooden pole and drink strong beer.
With its annual slate of world premieres, its coveted accolades and its position as the first major European film festival each year, Berlinale is no stranger to making history. When the projectors start whirring for the event’s 70th year in 2020, it’ll do so in a different way — not only with new co-directors at the helm, but with the festival’s first female director, Mariette Rissenbeek.
The Bauhaus was international from the beginning. The institute had a lively dialogue with other avant-garde movements all over the world. The bauhaus imaginista research project dedicates a large-scale series of exhibitions to these transnational relationships. Since 15 March, the complete exhibition can be seen for the first time in Berlin.
What’ll I cook when the fridge is empty at the end of the month? How will I save the world in the process? And how will I survive University? At goethe.de/nofilter you can find tips, curiosities and funny stories about living in Germany.
How can we ensure we don’t lose perspective in an increasingly complex world? The Goethe-Institut is organizing an International Cultural Symposium in Weimar from 19th to 21st June 2019 under the title "Recalculating the Route".