Tag: Film

41 PARALLELO Double Feature: Flat Tyre (documentary) and Francesco Rosi’s Three Brothers

In collaboration with Napoli Film Festival. All films are in ENGLISH or ITALIAN with ENGLISH subtitles. Flat Tyre – An American Music Dream (Winner – Best Documentary) (Musical docu-fiction, Italy/USA, 2016, 71 min.) by Ugo Di Fenza The documentary follows a Neapolitan...

/ November 28, 2016

She tells her own story

Paul Verhoeven's Elle is a dark comic take on the rape revenge film.

/ November 1, 2016

Film Weekend: Alexander Kluge

Legendary filmmaker and thinker Alexander Kluge comes to New York for a long weekend of events, including a soiree with literature, film, and music with special guest Ben Lerner at the Goethe-Institut (October 23), film screenings at Anthology Film Archives...

/ October 22, 2016

Irish Screen America

Irish Screen America in association with Glucksman Ireland House NYC, presents their sixth annual film festival at New York University’s Cantor Film Center, September 30-October 2. Irish Screen America brings the very best in contemporary Irish cinema to New York....

/ September 30, 2016

Angels of Evil: Sympathetic Perpetrators on Small Italian Screens

A lecture by Dana Renga, The Ohio State University.

/ September 29, 2016
Still from the film "Demon"

A country built on corpses

Demon digs up the skeletons in Poland's closet. And not just figuratively.

/ September 23, 2016

Charmed Visions: E. T. A. Hoffman’s “Sandman” on Screen

A talk by Professor Elisabeth Bronfen. Hardly another German gothic story has had as sustained an impact as E.T.A. Hoffmann’s The Sandman. One year after the end of the first World War, Sigmund Freud places it at the center of...

/ September 19, 2016

From the Streets to the Screen: Exploring New York’s Cinematic Identities

A talk by Hannes Klug, screenwriter, journalist and author of Schauplatz Film: New York, followed by a conversation between Klug and Barbara Natalie Nagel, assistant professor at Princton’s Department of German. From independent film to blockbusters, from documentaries to thrillers,...

/ September 16, 2016

German Movie Night: “Master of the Universe”

March’s German Movie Night at the Goethe-Institut features Marc Bauder’s 2013 “Master of the Universe.” From Goethe-Institut New York: Rainer Voss used to be one of Germany’s leading investment bankers. He generated profits running into many millions of euros. Now...

/ March 18, 2016

New Nordic Cinema: “Virgin Mountain/Fúsi”

From Scandinavia House: Directed by Dagur Kári (Iceland, Denmark, 2015). Fúsi (Gunnar Jónsson) is 43 and still living at home with his mother. Shy and awkward, he has yet to find the courage to enter the adult world. He sleepwalks...

/ March 11, 2016