German Film Week 2017
08.10. – 24.10.2017

My brother simple © Universum Gorden Timpen Global Screen

The Goethe-Institut Philippinen in partnership with SM Malls, SM Cinemas and the Film Development Council of the Philippines presents the German Film Week 2017!

Another star-studded roster of films from Germany is set to take Philippine cinemas by storm starting this September. Brand new movies – half of which are 2017 releases – comprise this year’s selection including Oscar Nominee Toni Erdmann (2016), award-winning director Chris Kraus’ The Bloom of Yesterday (2016) and the much acclaimed My Brother Simple (2017) which will open this year’s film week.

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Trailer German Film Week Philippines

Vorschaubild Happy Burnout


Films

My Brother Simple © Universum Gorden Timpen Global Screen

My Brother Simple

Germany 2016; 113 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Markus Goller
Rating: PG

Marija © Real Fiction Filme

Marija

Germany Switzerland, France 2016; 100 min. 
English subtitles
Directed by Michael Koch
Rating: R13

Happy Burnout © Thomas Kost 2016

Happy Burnout

Germany 2017; 103 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Andre Erkau
Rating: R13

Welcome to the Hartmanns © 2016 Warner Bros. Ent.

Welcome to Germany

Germany 2016; 116 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Simon Verhoeven
Rating: R13

My Blind Date With Life © Studio Canal/Photographer Jürgen Olcyk

Blind Date With Life

Germany 2015; 111 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Marc Rothemund
Rating: PG

Return to Montauk © Ziegler Film/Franziska Strauss

Return to Montauk

Germany, France, Ireland; 106 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Volker Schlöndorff
Rating: PG

Old Agent Men © Majestic

Old Agent Men

Germany 2016; 93 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Robert Thalheim
Rating: PG

Text for You © Anne Wilk, Hellinger/Doll Filmproduktion, Warner Bros

You’ve Got A Message

Germany 2016; 107 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Karoline Herfurth
Rating: R13

Toni Erdmann © Komplizen Film

Toni Erdmann

Germany, Austria, Monaco 2016; 162 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Maren Ade
Rating: R16

The Bloom of Yesterday © Dor Film, Patrick Wally

The Bloom of Yesterday

Germany 2014; 126 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Chris Kraus
Rating: R13

Fog in August © Studio Canal, Photographer Bern Spauke

Fog in August

Germany 2015; 126 min.
English subtitles
Directed by Kai Wessel
Rating: PG

The World of the Wunderlichs © X Verleih

The World of the Wunderlichs

Germany, Switzerland 2016; 103 min
English subtitles
Directed by Dani Levy
Rating: PG

Featured Berlinale film by Brillante Mendoza

Captive © Center Stage Productions

Captive

Philippines 2012, 2 hrs
Directed by Brillante Mendoza
Rating: R13