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Popcast in July 2021 © Benjakon, Randy Rocket, Tamer Fawzy, Andreas Neumeister

in July

The latest music from Germany - every month in our Popcast. This time with Sophia Kennedy, Fehler Kuti, Stimming and others.


Lisez l'Europe © Colourbox

Lisez l'Europe

"The meeting place for European books" consists of a group of European cultural institutions whose mission is to present in Montreal a contemporary perspective on European literature. 

Reconciliation © Tim Mossholder/Unsplash

Graphic Novels Project

20 authors present new comics and picture stories in German, English, French and Indigenous languages on a term that evokes very different associations and emotions in both countries: Reconciliation.

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Serienfieber Illustration einer Hand mit Fernbedienung © Colourbox / Image editing Goethe-Institut Los Angeles

German Series in Canada
Binge Fever!

Television “Made in Germany” is having a golden moment with the rise of international streaming services. German series that appeal to global audiences through smart and original writing, diverse themes, talented lineups and opulent productions have never received so much attention. 

 Grafik: Tobias Schrank © Goethe-Institut

Film Festival
Berlinale 2021

See our film page for everything on the largest German film festival, our Berlinale Bloggers and the Goethe-Institut Toronto's blog German Film @ Canada.

Blog: German Film @ Canada Design: Stefanie Allekotte

German Film @ Canada blog

Follow our festival news, reviews and background stories on the latest in German film.

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Cultural Promotion

Joy Ritter and Lukas Steltner © Mike Rafail

Residency programs

A residence abroad gives artists the opportunity to gather valuable experience and inspiration for the further development of their work. 

Goethe-Institut translation funding Photo: Goethe-Institut/Loredana La Rocca

Translation funding

Our translation funding programme supports the publication of books by German authors in another language.

Film archive © Goethe-Institut / Foto: Bernhard Ludewig

Film archive

Our film catalogue contains ca. 450 films in DVD format (PAL). Films can be rented for non commercial screenings by educational institutions, such as schools, colleges and universities, as well as cultural institutions, such as art galleries, cinematheques and museums. 

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