German Studies scholar Claudia Sandberg and filmmaker Alejandro Areal Vélez worked together to make this documentary that explores film-historical relations between Chile and East Germany.
One year has passed since Max and Wanda’s divorce, but Max has come to the realization that he wants his ex-wife back—no matter what the cost! So he concocts a sneaky plan: he asks Wanda to hide him from the police, who are apparently looking for him.
In the first part of Peter Roch's Lusatian trilogy, a fairy tale is transformed into a parable about threats to the environment.
This film deals with complex themes of the sexual and political awareness of youth within the context of Bohemian anti-fascism in 1938.
The first Hirde Dyama National Festival of Culture of the Republic of Guinea was held in March 1970 in the country's capital city of Conakry.
Kasper Mai, an export merchant and comrade with a “clean” record, discovers he is the prince of Hohenlohe-Liebenstein. His royal grandmother designates him as the heir to her estate. A private trip to her reveals that she does not want a NATO airbase built on her land.
This silhouette-animated short exposes the Pinochet government through comparisons to Hitler's Nazi regime.
In this experimental short, Dammbeck relocates his Leipzig-based artists’ circle known as the Herbstsalon (Autumn Salon), to La Sarraz Palace in Switzerland.
Kate Dollenmayer, Audiovisual Archivist at The Wende Museum in Los Angeles, is screening four super-8mm home movies by GDR amateur filmmakers during our 2015 Summer Film Institute.
Irka, a young girl, and her mare Raya, an old former show horse, are best friends. However, when Raya surprisingly has another foal, Irka falls in love with the little stallion and begins to neglect her old friend. One day, her father tells Irka she must choose only one horse to keep.