Screening of the best smartphone short films from our competition #Nucleus from Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Panel discussion on climate, tourism, sustainability and the role of culture in all of this.
Berlin writer Beatrice introduces us to sustainable tourism initiatives, guided tours and encounters in Germany while Kiwi blogger Jub reports which initiatives there are in New Zealand that support sustainable tourism.
Music, news and more from the Goethe-Institut New Zealand on Access Radio. 'Goethe on Air' provides interested listeners in New Zealand with information on all things German. An essential part of every show is to play the best of German music – old and new.
Features, interviews, podcasts and a monthly blog exploring how learning a new language opens up worlds of possibilities, changes your outlook - and boosts your brain! Life is more interesting in more than one language. Find out more here...
German television shows tend to have a bad reputation for poor writing and cheap productions not suited for an international market and audience. Now series like “Deutschland ‘83” and “Babylon Berlin” are putting a new shine on that tarnished image.
Carbon offset schemes promise to compensate for the emissions caused by private individuals – as air travellers, for instance – with donations to climate projects. But are they not just a way of salving guilty consciences?
Call for Entries: the environment and sustainability in smartphone films. Short film competition for smartphone films from Australia, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Aotearoa-New Zealand. Kiwis making music in and beyond this island nation in the 21st century. This thematic dossier explores the newest electronic and experimental music of Aotearoa-New Zealand, and the history and traditions that underpin it.