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Film series

German Film Festival

Paula Beer in Christian Petzold’s “Undine” (2020)
© Christian Schulz/Schramm Film

10/15–10/17/2021

The Picture House

175 Wolfs Lane
Pelham, NY 10803

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Language: German with English subtitles
Price: $10-12 general admission
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We are pleased to partner with The Picture House, a historic movie theater just outside the Bronx, on a German cinema showcase highlighting some of the most exciting films of the past two years. The selection includes the too-strange-to-be-true Curveball, the Krimi Free Country, Christian Petzold’s magical Undine, and a children’s matinee with Rocca Changes the World. Caroline Link’s family saga When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit opens the program on October 15, 7pm, and will be preceded by an outdoor reception. All films screen in person only.

If you’re interested in learning more about German cinema, make sure to sign up for the online film class that The Picture House’s education department is offering and Anthology Film Archives programmer Jed Rapfogel is teaching through October 26!

Film program:

Johannes Naber, Curveball: A True Story. Unfortunately (Germany, 2020, 108 min.)
Christian Alvart, Free Country (Germany, 2019, 129 min.)
Christian Petzold, Undine (Germany/France, 2020, 90 min.)
Katja Benrath, Rocca Changes the World (Germany, 2019, 101 min.)
Caroline Link, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit (Germany/Switzerland, 2019, 119 min.)