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Online film screenings
KINO! GERMANY NOW!
EXTENDED through Thursday, May 13th, 2021!
Stream KINO! Germany NOW! A project of the German Film Office, presented in partnership with the Frida Cinema, this series presents some of Germany’s most promising narrative, documentary, and short films that premiered within the last year. Including 13 films by 14 up-and-coming directors from Germany, all with distinct backgrounds and unique approaches to filmmaking, Kino! Germany Now! offers a diverse cross-section of current German cinema.
New May Courses Announced
Enroll in the May semester of our Blended Learning and Online Group as well as Special courses starting on May 17th. Or take a Superintensive Blended Course and make fast progress toward your goals. If you’re curious about online classes find out more in one of our trial classes on May 6th and 8th. Questions? Contact Germancoursesfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Space Update
The Goethe-Institut Los Angeles is proud to announce its new collaboration with Michael Maltzan Architecture (MMA). Together with our headquarters, we have selected MMA to lead the build-out of our future home, a new project space located in the diverse Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, close to MacArthur Park.
World of Homelessness
Arts Of The Working Class Extrablatt: Worlds Of Homelessness
The Berlin-based street journal Arts of the Working Class and the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles present the AOWC Special Edition Nr. 5 / Extrablatt WORLDS OF HOMELESSNESS. The special edition includes the work of the contributors to the Worlds of Homelessness project from around the world.
(RE-) OPENINGS OF GOETHE-INSTITUTS IN THE US
We've come to stay
At the end of the Year of Germany in the USA, the Goethe-Instituts in the United States have strengthened their network with three completely updated institutes in Boston, Washington and Los Angeles. This is a signal of how important it is to continue the cultural and civil society dialogue between North America and Germany.