Over 100 German films – classic movies as well as current productions – are available for free on our eMedia platform, the eLibrary.
The online movie collection of the Goethe-Institut is all about German films.
You’ll find unforgettable cinema classics based on the books by Erich Kästner, such as Das doppelte Lottchen [Lottie and Lisa], Emil und die Detektive [Emil and the Detectives] or Drei Männer im Schnee [Three Men in the Snow], and can now watch them from the comfort of your own sofa.
Apart from these classics, our film selection also includes current productions – from feature films and documentaries all the way to children’s films and comedies.
Look forward to a range of gripping, funny and surprising films on topics like Germany in general, society, history, culture, arts and literature, women and LGBT, all in the original German version: There’s the remake of the fairy tale Das kalte Herz [Heart of Stone], the children’s film Rettet Raffi! [Save Raffi!], the girl power feature Tiger Girl, the literary film Die Habenichtse [The Have-Nots], the arts and culture documentary Schatzkammer Berlin [Berlin’s Treasure Trove], the LGBT documentary Mein wunderbares West-Berlin [My Wonderful West Berlin], the feature film LUX – Krieger des Lichts [LUX – Warrior of Light] about a misfit hero, the comedies Fack ju Göthe 1-3 [Suck Me Shakespeer 1-3], the socially critical documentary Deportation Class and many more.
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We hope you’ll have fun browsing and discovering these films!
You will find more information on using our eLibrary here.