FILM/TV

Film Retrospective: Mapping Gray Zones on Dec. 7

December 4, 2018 Lucy 0

 The Harvard Film Archive’s series of films under the heading “Mapping Gray Zones: The Inexact Beauty of Early West German Cinema, 1949 – 1963” continues through December 7th, culminating with Franz Schömbs’ “The Birth of […]

CULTURE

Film Festival “…And the Winners Are…”

December 4, 2018 Lucy 0

 If you missed the Goethe-Institut’s film festival in Boston, there’s still a chance to see most of the films at the Portland Museum of Art. Films screen every other Thursday night, Dec. 6th – Feb. 28th. […]

FILM/TV

DC: German Cinema 101: Hannah Arendt on Dec. 10

December 4, 2018 Lucy 0

 Join the Film and Discussion with Hester Baer, Associate Professor and Head of Germanic Studies at the University of Maryland. Germany/Luxembourg/France/Israel, 2012, 113 min., Director: Margarethe von Trotta, Screenplay: Pamela Katz, Margarethe von Trotta, Cast: Barbara Sukowa, Axel […]

FILM/TV

Film: Fritz Lang & German Expressionism

December 3, 2018 Lucy 0

Fritz Lang (1890–1976) is a towering figure in film history. His work stretches over five decades, from the Expressionist silent films of his initial German period, through his brief Paris sojourn and his work as […]

EVENTS

SoCA: A Place in Berlin in LA on Nov. 16

November 16, 2018 Lucy 0

 Goethe Institut in Los Angeles invites you for a Film evening. Like a fossil, the Marx-Engels Forum, an ambitious East German monument project, occupies a central historical spot and desirable real estate in the middle […]

CULTURE

CA: “Bye Bye Germany” LA Premiere on April 13

April 4, 2018 Alexa 0

Described by The Huffington Post as “Unapologetically and perfectly filmed…a film so charming it can start the discussion on unmentionable events while also making us laugh and cry,” Sam Garbarski’s Bye Bye Germany tells the […]