Films for German Classes

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Through the use of films, German lessons can get more animated. Films can give impulses for authentic regional and cultural studies and motivation to study German.

Teachers of German can borrow films for the use in German lessons from our film archive in Sydney and form our Resource Centre in Melbourne at anytime. The films are in German with German or English subtitles.

We would be delighted to advise you which film would suit your class best.

Filmliberary "Goethe Collection"

Film archive "Goethe Collection"

Our film archive - The Goethe Collection - is managed by the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) in Canberra. The NFSA
lends more than 800 DVDs and 16mm films to non-commercial organisations like community groups, film societies, language studies groups, educational institutions, government departments and professional bodies around Australia for public non-commercial screening

More information, see

NFSA Screening Loans
NFSA Goethe Collection