The German storytelling hour aims to be a meeting for children aged 3 to 5. Starting (from now on!) at 3:00 pm, reading is the guest of honor: stories and fairy tales from our library will amaze your little loved ones. Arts & crafts will follow the reading.
An evening of games in German
The Goethe-Institut Montreal invites to play! From 6:00 to 8:00 pm we will play in small groups. The game night is aimed at people who want to practise their German while playing. All levels are welcome.
Blue Metropolis is a charity organization whose mission is to bring together people of different languages and diverse cultural backgrounds sharing the pleasure of reading and writing.We have invited the well-known German authors Cornelia Funke and Pierre Jarawan, who will take part in various events within the framework of the festival.
Director: Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck, Germany/Brazil/Netherlands/Italy/USA, 2018, 88 min.
In English and Tagalog with English subtitles.
Who controls what you see on the internet? In this fascinating documentary, the hidden industry of digital cleaning is exposed.
“Smart, stylish doc exposes must-discuss issues regarding the companies who dominate the internet.” The Hollywood Reporter
As part of the Festivall TransAmériques
Stefan Kaegi (Zurich + Berlin)
Rimini Protokoll + Maxim Gorki Theatre
Fidel Castro is dead and the Rolling Stones performed in Havana. Yet if in Cuba revolutionary rhymes paradoxically with octogenarian, the country is being transformed under the fascinated eyes of the world.