GOETHE FILMS: fHEISTy Women Robbing Banks
From Bonnie Parker to Patty Hearst, women have been robbing banks with cunning and callousness. GOETHE FILMS: fHEISTy Women Robbing Banks investigates female criminal gumption from Tykwer’s 1998 classic RUN LOLA RUN that launched Franka Potente’s international career to last year’s one-shot Berlin wonder VICTORIA.
GOETHE FILMS brings the best of Germany's contemporary film to Canadian audiences. All screenings take place in the celebrated Toronto International Film Festival Bell Lightbox (350 King St. W.) and are dedicated to the best quality projections possible. BlogTO quickly called GOETHE FILMS “one of the better-kept secrets in the Toronto art house sphere.”
All GOETHE FILMS are open to audiences 18+
Part of the Goethe-Institut's focus on German Film
Co-presented by The MUFF Society,
a community that champions women in film.