FAQ

From 4 to 6 June 2020, the Goethe-Institut is organising the digital festival Latitude. It will focus on the question of how colonial structures have an effect on the present and how they can be overcome. Artistic works and discussions will be presented in live streams or as videos. An accompanying film programme will be shown from 29 May to 12 June in cooperation with the Arsenal – Institut für Film und Videokunst. From 4 to 7 June a festival radio programme will be broadcast in cooperation with the free art radio station reboot.fm and the Radio Netzwerk Berlin.
The festival programme can be found on the respective subpage, which can be accessed via the main navigation. A programme overview for all three days can be found here:
Festival participation is free of charge. The live stream will be shown on the festival homepage from 4 to 6 June. In addition, the events will be streamed on YouTube and Facebook
You will find the livestream during the festival directly here on the festival homepage, on Youtube and Facebook. Participation is free of charge and possible without registration. 
Questions in the Q&A sessions can be asked via the platform’s comments function. To use them you will need to have a Facebook or YouTube account. The events will be followed on Twitter. We look forward to your input.
These are sessions you can participate in directly via Zoom. Your name and email address will not be stored. By participating in zoom you agree to the data protection information

Listening Sessions on 5th June und am 6th June
Thinking out Loud on 4th June und am 5th June
Selected sessions will be recorded and archived on this website. It may take a few days until the recordings are available online in the media library. We appreciate your patience!
Most events will be held in English, some of them with German translation. Specific events will be held in other languages (German, French, Portuguese, etc.) and interpreted or subtitled in English. The language of each event is noted in the respective description.
There are specific programme slots with interpreters. They can be found in the Zoom session using the following link. By participating in zoom you agree to the data protection information.
The Goethe-Institut is the organiser of the festival Latitude. The festival partners are Arsenal – Institut für Film und Medienkunst, reboot.fm, Radio Netzwerk Berlin. Deutschlandfunk Kultur is the media partner.
The festival’s own radio programme will be broadcast from 4 to 7 June in cooperation with the free art radio station reboot.fm and Radio Netzwerk Berlin. The complete programme is here.
Yes, for example, you can take part in the daily Colonastics or dance to the live concert by Nyangombe.
Arsenal – Institut für Film und Videokunst is screening an accompanying film programme as part of the Latitude festival. Nine films will be available to stream for free from 29 May to 12 June on the website arsenal-berlin.de. To watch the films, you will have to register at arsenal 3 and enter the password provided there. After registering, click on Week 11&12 to reach the film selection menu.
One option for communicating with participants in the festivals is during our evening Thinking Out Loud Sessions. Drop in and meet fascinating people from all over the world. Registration is not required!
You’re feeling hungry? Then join our Nigerian food explorer Ozoz Sokoh to cook dishes with (de)colonial histories. The recipes are available for free in advance; you simply have to obtain the ingredients.
If you have more questions, please contact veranstaltungen@goethe.de
Press information can be found here.

Press Contacts: 

Viola Noll
Press Officer
Communications Department
Goethe-Institut Capital Office Berlin
Tel.   +49 (0)160 96 99 09 95
noll@goethe.de

Annette Schäfer
presse@pr-netzwerk.net