The European Day of Languages - celebrating Europe’s linguistic diversity for 18 years! Find out about the origins of the Day, why it has become so popular, and how you can get involved this year on 26 September.
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.
The border that once divided the two Germanys - the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic – has been transformed into the German Green Belt. The biotope provides a new home for flora and fauna while testifying to its conflict-laden history.
A showcase of award-winning movies, carefully selected from the latest releases in Germany offering a wide selection of movies, reaching from action, comedy, romance, and to movies dealing with contemporary European politics.
Submissions accepted until April 3, 2020. In cooperation with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the festival aims to expand the conversation on the issues central to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through an international selection of films on science, technology and the environment this year. The Science Film Festival takes place internationally in over 20 countries from October 01 to December 20, 2020.