The film festival featured contemporary German films in genres such as action, comedy, romance, and even European politics.
If you’re a fan of crime drama and thrillers, you’ll surely love “Only God Can Judge Me” (Nur Gott Kann Mich Richten) directed by Özgür Yildirim filmed at Frankfurt, Germany
The Goethe-Institut Philippinen is pleased to present the 3rd German Film Week in Manila, giving the audience an insight into contemporary German cinema. Following the two previous successful years, the festival will go in its third round and once again offer a diverse selection of films for the audience. The German Film Week opening night […]
This year’s German Film Week presented by the Goethe Institut Philippines featured 13 films in different genres, and presented the audience with a wide range of themes, from coming-of-age stories to true-to-life events. Stephan Rick’s The Dark Side of the Moon (Die dunkle Seite des Mondes) and German actress Nicolette Krebitz’s WILD, shared similar storytelling […]
Warning: May contain spoilers. The Colony or Colonia was another full-length film entry during the German Film Week 2016 which was based on true events during the 1973 Chilean military coup, and whose story focuses on Colonia Dignidad — a notorious German cult headed by Paul Schäfer in South Chile. READ: German Film Week at […]
Ayala Malls Cinemas opens its screens at Glorietta 4 and Trinoma for the first edition of German Film Week on September 22 – 27, presented by the Goethe-Institut Philippinen. The German Film Week 2016, marks the first all-German film event in the Philippines in recent years. Opening the event is the premiere of “Who Am […]