The 15th German Film Fest announces its Aus 2016 program Featuring a total of 36 films

The German Film Fest is returning to Australia for its 15th run in November and has announced its complete film line-up. Featuring sports documentary Dirty Games, popular box-office film The Most Beautiful Day and James Franco and Wim Wenders’ 3D feature film Everything Will Be Fine.

The 15th annual German film fest will showcase some of the best in German cinema, announcing its 2016 program with a total of 36 films, including 31 feature films, 5 documentaries, and 5 children’s films.

The festival will open with the 2016 feature film Goodbye Berlin by award-winning director Fatih Akin (Head-On, Soul Kitchen), and close with a restoration of the classic 1925 silent drama Varieté.

The German Film Fest Australia will be held in the following locations:

  • Sydney on the 15-29 November at Chauvel Cinema / Palace Norton Street
  • Melbourne on the 17-30 November at Palace Cinema Como/ Kino Cinemas / Palace Westgarth
  • Brisbane on the 29-30 November at Palace Barracks / Centro
  • Canberra 24-27 at Palace Electric

Head HERE to purchase tickets, or Check out the full program below:

Opening and Closing Nights

  • Goodbye Berlin
  • Varieté

German Currents (Features)

  • 4 Kings
  • 24 Weeks
  • A Heavy Heart
  • After Spring Comes Fall
  • As We Were Dreaming
  • Der Nachtmahr
  • Every Thing Will Be Fine
  • Fukushima, Mon Amour
  • Her Composition
  • In Love with Lou – A Philosopher’s Life
  • Looping
  • Me and Kaminski
  • Original Bliss
  • Summers Downstairs
  • The Most Beautiful Day
  • Toni Erdmann

Kids + Teens (Features)

  • Emerald Green
  • Hördur
  • The Diary of Anne Frank
  • Windstorm
  • Winnetou’s Son

Our Neighbours (Features)

  • Heidi
  • Hidden Reserves
  • Superworld

Documentaries

  • Deutschland. Made By Germany
  • Dirty Games
  • Fassbinder
  • My Buddha is Punk
  • Nowitzki: The Perfect Shot

Retro Classics:

  • Ali: Fear Eats The Soul
  • The Murderers Are Among Us
  • Divided Heaven
  • The Legend of Paul and Paula
  • Coming Out

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