German Film Week 2019

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feat. Guest Countries Austria, France, Israel & Switzerland

The German Film Week returns in 2019 and provides an excellent and very diverse selection of German speaking cinema to the audience in Bangkok.

This year’s choice of movies has been shown during many festivals and was awarded on multiple occasions. In collaboration with our guest countries Austria, France, Israel & Switzerland, we proudly present: “All about me” / “Der Junge muss an die frische Luft” (German Film Awards), “Gundermann” (German Filmprice winner in six categories), “Egon Schiele: Death And The Maiden” / “Egon Schiele: Tod und Mädchen” (Luxembourg Film Award), “Supa Modo” (Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards), “The Cakemaker” / “Der Kuchenmacher” (Award of the Israeli Film Academy Winner in seven categories), “Atlas” (Emden International Film Festival), “Der junge Karl Marx” / “The Young Karl Marx”, “Systemsprenger” / “System Crasher” and “Heidi”.

In addition to our feature films, two documentaries will broaden your perspective on controversial topics: “The Cleaners” (Docudays UA International Documentary Human Rights Film Festival) and “Life in Stills” / “Leben in Bildern”.

This year, film enthusiasts will enjoy familiar and appealing atmospheres in our partner venues: Bangkok Screening Room, Doc Club Theater in Warehouse 30, Alliance Française, Changchui Creative Park, Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT), Cinema Oasis, the Thai Film Archive and the auditorium of the Goethe-Institut.
A specific feature of this year: The FCCT and the Thai Film Archive will host special screenings of “Life in Stills / Leben in Bildern”, “The Cleaners”, “Supa Modo”, “All about me” / “Der Junge muss an die frische Luft” “Atlas” and “Gundermann” on 15. July and between 27. – 29. July.
We are delighted to welcome you to a cinematic journey into German speaking cinema and are confident that this edition of the German Film Week will leave us all with lasting impressions of other cultures!

Tickets can be purchased directly at the screening venues. Tickets are 100 THB for all venues except the screenings at the Goethe-Institut and Changchui with free admission. All films will be screened with Thai and English subtitles.