From 19 to 21 May 2022, the Goethe-Institut is staging the interdisciplinary festival “Frequencies. Sharing Feminisms”. Over three days, the festival will open up resonant spaces for feminist debates and movements – multiperspectival, intersectional and diverse. You can attend the event in Berlin free of charge with prior registration or follow it via livestream
No Hard Feelings (German: Futur Drei) is a German drama film, directed by Faraz Shariat and released in 2020. The film stars Benjamin Radjaipour as Parvis, a confidently out but immature gay young man of Iranian descent living in Germany, who commits a minor criminal infraction and is sentenced to perform community service at a refugee detention centre, where he falls in love with new immigrant Amon (Eidin Jalali).
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Apply to the Mentorship Award Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Change by the Prince Claus Fund and the Goethe-Institut.
At the International German Olympics (#IDO2022), students from over 50 countries will meet in Hamburg. Participants will learn together, expand their knowledge and compete with each other in language learning competitions.
Nine live-streamed concerts from the Sound Room at Musicmatters available on demand: with Manji Koombanjis, The Soul, Dinelka Liyanage, Owl Tree-O, Serendib Sorcerers, Orange Mango, Tri-Ohana, Amila Sandurawan and Swara Sahithyanadan.
Like knocking stones together to spark a flame, “Thattu Pattu” derives its meaning from two loan words between Sinhala and Tamil — the languages predominantly spoken in Sri Lanka. Thattu Pattu intends to spark a renewed interest in music from the fringes of Sri Lanka.
The German Children’s Online University (Kinderuni) is a free educational platform of the Goethe-Institut for children aged 8 to 12. It helps children to find answers to questions about the phenomena of the world, and enables children to learn and play in the German language.