Film | 20.09.2019
Tour de Force
This year it was Hannes' and Kiki's turn to choose the destination of their annual bike tour with their closest friends. It's only after the tour has begun that Hannes tells his friends that he's suffering from an incurable disease. The trip is to be his last. At first, the group is shocked and helpless, but after they hit the road again, they embark on a wild and one-of-a-kind adventure. Through Hannes, they realize how precious life is.
Exhibition | 04.-28.09.2019
MAX HATTLER. RECEPTIVE RHYTHMS.
RECEPTIVE RHYTHMS is the title of a well-balanced juxtaposition of three recent works by video artist Max Hattler. All three videos play in different ways with symmetries, with repetitions, with alienations, with breaks and with counterpoints.
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30th Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival 2019
The Goethe-Institut is pleased to be a partner in the 30th Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival 2019 and to invite Berlin-based filmmaker Fan Popo to present his latest short film "Beer! Beer!" in Hong Kong at the International Boy Shorts session and to present two feature films Label Me (Kai Kreuser) and Before We Grow Old (Thomas Moritz Helm).