March 7 - 13, 2016 at 7 PM
Opening: 7 March, 2016 at 18:00 Hrs.
Paragon Cineplex, Siam Paragon
120 THB (Premium) and 150 THB (Privilege Chair)
German with English Subtitles

German Film Week 2016 The time has now come for the year’s most exciting German film event. Last year, we  received great feedback, welcoming a total of over 1,000 visitors to our screenings. Hence, from March 7 – 13, 2016, the Goethe-Institut Thailand together with Paragon Cineplex will once again host the annual German Film Week. This will offer you the chance to watch a contemporary German movie every day for a whole week.

Our opening film is “Who am I-No System is safe” (2014) by Baran bo Odar. It is about Benjamin, a hacker, who uses the virtual world to become "somebody" in his real life. It will be shown on Monday, March 7 at 7 PM following an opening reception at 6 PM. 
Other highlights include “Jack” (Edward Berger, 2014), a story about a boy and his search for his elusive mother and “The Age of Cannibals” (Johannes Naber, 2014), which potrays global capitalism today. Both are award-winning films. 

The closing film, “Patong Girl” (Susanna Salonen, 2014), is the interesting and humourous account of culture clash encountered by a German family visiting Thailand.  " Patong Girl"was filmed in Thailand with both Thai and German cast. This film is in German and English with English and Thai subtitles.

For all information regarding screenings, please visit the Goethe-Institut Thailand website. All films are  in the original language with English subtitles.

Tickets cost 120 Baht (premium) and 150 Baht (privilege) and can be purchased at the ticket office at the Paragon Cineplex Cinema (BOX OFFICE)or at