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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser. is pleased to announce the 60 Years of German Cinema film festival, a year-long celebration of Germany’s filmography, to be held at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi.

The festival provides attendees the opportunity to look back at the history of German cinema, featuring a selection of films from each of the past six decades. Every two months will feature a different decade, showcasing films that defined their times, shocked, impressed, created a stir, and made a significant impact on cinema in both East and West Germany.

The September instalment will run from the 6th to the 12th and will feature films released between 1989 and 1998.

The schedule of films includes “Deutschland, Deutschland” (1990), “Das Deutsche Kettenagenmassaker” (1990), “Das Schreckliche Madchen” (1990), “Ostkreuz” (1991), “Nach Funf Im Urwald” (1995), “Jenseits Der Stille” (1996), and “Lola Rennt” (1998).

Festival organisers hope to shed some light on the development of post-World War II German cinema and have chosen films that represent important genre shifts.

Tickets for the 60 Years of German Cinema are generally available one week ahead of the event. For more information about the film schedule or ticket pricing, contact the Goethe Institute in Hanoi.
Lek Boonlert, head of marketing at, suggests booking accommodation ahead of time to ensure the best availability and rates.

“German films are very popular with a broad range of movie buffs,” said Boonlert. “Those hoping to find a quality hotel in Hanoi should plan ahead to guarantee an excellent bargain.”


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For further information please contact Lek Boonlert:

Tel: + 66 (0)76 241 145

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