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  • Retrospective: 01.06. - 04.07.2018, Fassbinder Retrospective: Brisbane
    The Marriage of Maria Braun The Australian Cinémathèque at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) presents the first major retrospective of Fassbinder?s work to be staged in Australia.

    In October 2017 the first part of the retrospective took place in Brisbane, concentrating on the performance aspect of Fassbinder?s film and television work. Now the second part will be presented by Juliane Lorenz. .

    In Brisbane Juliane Lorenz participates in various film screenings and gives a talk on the role women have had in Fassbinder's private and work life.

    Program:

    Saturday, 23. June 2018. 2pm
    Lecture - Fassbinder's women - presented by Juliane Lorenz

    Saturday, 23. June 2018. 3.15pm
    Querelle - presented by Juliane Lorenz

    Sunday, 24. June 2018, 11am
    Life, Love & Celluloid - presented by Juliane Lorenz

    Sunday, 24. June 2018, 1pm
    Veronika Voss - presented by Juliane Lorenz

    Sunday, 24. June 2018, 3pm
    The Marriage of Maria Braun - presented by Juliane Lorenz


    All events are free.

    More information and the full program:
    https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/cinema/programs/rainer-werner-fassbinder

  • Workshop: 14.06.2018, German Careers Day
    Arrows Secondary students of German from Victoria are invited to get first-hand insight into the career paths their German language skills can lead them to. Join us at the University of Melbourne for a day filled with workshops, presentations and the opportunity to network with experts from a variety of academic fields.

    Preliminary program (subject to change):

    10:00-10:30 am: Trade fair

    10:30- 11:00 am: Commencement of event

    11:15-11:45 am: Parallel sessions 1

    12:00-12:30 pm: Parallel session 2

    12:30-1:30 pm: Lunch break + trade fair

    1:30-3:15 pm: Optional afternoon film screening "Der Ganz Große Traum"

    Target Group: Year 8-12

    The event is booked out. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact jelena.herster@goethe.de.

    This event is supported by the Victorian Government.
     

  • Film: 29.05.2018, Rock My Heart
    Rock My Heart The 17-year-old Jana has an innate heart defect that could end her life at any moment. Furious to her fate, she rebels against her illness and is just looking for every wild adventure. When Jana meets the untamed and rebellious thoroughbred stallion Rock My Heart, it is love at first sight. Together with Rock's trainer Paul, she forges the plan to train for a big horse race. Jana conceals that she is heart-sick, because in her work with rock my heart she has finally found her fulfillment. Will she be able to ride the big race despite her handicap? 

    Length: 110 min
    Release Year: 2017
    Target Group: Junior/Senior
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
    Rated E: Parental Guidance
    To be considered: 17-year-old girl who suffers from heart disease becomes a jockey. A teenager dies because of heart disease. Adults drink beer and 17-year old girl sparkling wine. An adult smokes cigarettes.
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 27.05.2018, Teenosaurus Rex
    Teenosaurus Rex She was sweet, she was cute. But just before her 14th birthday, Daddy?s little princess mutates into a petulant pubescent nightmare. Journalist Hannes Wenger decides to take a time-out from work to guide his daughter Carla through this difficult phase in her life. This is easier said than done, however, and when his wife Sara goes back to work, Hannes proves himself entirely inept at raising a teenager. Whether it?s Carla?s birthday party, her mobile phone contract or first love, Hannes makes one awkward blunder after another. But other fathers also have to deal with their own teenager nightmares.

    Length: 94 min
    Release Year: 2017
    Target Group: Family
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 26.05.2018, Lotte & Luise: Twins on Board
    Lotte & Luise: Twins on Board The twins Lotte and Luise have been separated since birth. With completely opposite personalities ? adventurous Luise has toured the world with her father and his band, while reserved, piano-playing Lotte stayed in Frankfurt with her journalist mother ? the two are utterly shocked when they meet at summer camp. After getting used to the idea that the other exists, they decide to change places. But to deceive her parents in particular proves to be more difficult than thought, because the daughters seem to have changed completely after the camp. 

    Length: 93min
    Release Year: 2016/7
    Target Group: Family
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 26.05.2018, Lotte & Luise: Twins on Board
    Lotte & Luise: Twins on Board The twins Lotte and Luise have been separated since birth. With completely opposite personalities ? adventurous Luise has toured the world with her father and his band, while reserved, piano-playing Lotte stayed in Frankfurt with her journalist mother ? the two are utterly shocked when they meet at summer camp. After getting used to the idea that the other exists, they decide to change places. But to deceive her parents in particular proves to be more difficult than thought, because the daughters seem to have changed completely after the camp. 

    Length: 93min
    Release Year: 2016/7
    Target Group: Family
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 27.05.2018, Teenosaurus Rex
    Teenosaurus Rex She was sweet, she was cute. But just before her 14th birthday, Daddy?s little princess mutates into a petulant pubescent nightmare. Journalist Hannes Wenger decides to take a time-out from work to guide his daughter Carla through this difficult phase in her life. This is easier said than done, however, and when his wife Sara goes back to work, Hannes proves himself entirely inept at raising a teenager. Whether it?s Carla?s birthday party, her mobile phone contract or first love, Hannes makes one awkward blunder after another. But other fathers also have to deal with their own teenager nightmares.

    Length: 94 min
    Release Year: 2017
    Target Group: Family
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 25.05.2018, Rock My Heart
    Rock My Heart The 17-year-old Jana has an innate heart defect that could end her life at any moment. Furious to her fate, she rebels against her illness and is just looking for every wild adventure. When Jana meets the untamed and rebellious thoroughbred stallion Rock My Heart, it is love at first sight. Together with Rock's trainer Paul, she forges the plan to train for a big horse race. Jana conceals that she is heart-sick, because in her work with rock my heart she has finally found her fulfillment. Will she be able to ride the big race despite her handicap? 

    Length: 110 min
    Release Year: 2017
    Target Group: Junior/Senior
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
    Rated E: Parental Guidance
    To be considered: 17-year-old girl who suffers from heart disease becomes a jockey. A teenager dies because of heart disease. Adults drink beer and 17-year old girl sparkling wine. An adult smokes cigarettes.
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Film: 24.05.2018, At Eye Level
    Auf Augenhöhe 10-year-old Michi lives in a children's home, every day fighting to win the respect of the other kids. One day he happens to find a letter of his deceased mother addresses to ?Tom?. That must be his father! Full of anticipation, he begins to search for a strong father who gives him a home. The greater the surprise when he finally stands in front of him. Tom is a dwarf! That's not how Michi imagined him. Tom is just as shocked by his unexpected fatherhood. When the two finally meet at eye level, their relationship is again suddenly put to the hard test ...

    Length: 99 min
    Release Year: 2016
    Target Group: Junior
    Tickets: Buy indivual and group tickets directly at Palace Cinemas
    Rated E: Parental Guidance
    To be considered: Bullies use cruel words and sexual allusions. A boy hits his father. A boy refuses violently to leave the house and hits policemen. Adults drink beer.

    Video link "Greetings from the directors"
     

    This screening is part of the ?Kino for Kids?. ?Kino for Kids? will be presented as part of the German Film Festival, presented by Palace Cinemas and German Films.
    Kino for Kids

  • Workshop: 06.08.2018, Planning for Stage 6
    Study In response to the new guidelines governing internal assessment for HSC courses, teachers of the Stage 6 German courses are warmly invited to take part in a resource-development workshop at the Goethe Institut in Woollahra. Share in the expertise of your peers while drawing on the extensive resources of the Institute to create meaningful assessment tasks that are compliant and easily adapted to your school context. Please bring any stage 6 resources or any material relevant to the topic. This is a free workshop and a light lunch will be provided.

    Presenter: Alison Dean/ Marina Shine
    Registration Deadline: 30 July 2018

    Registration Form