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WASHINGTON FILM INSTITUTE and
GOETHE-INSTITUT 
cordially invite you to

FILM NEU 2016

FILM NEU 2016

The 23rd annual edition of the Goethe-Institut’s Film|Neu, Washington’s long-running festival of new films from Germany, Switzerland and Austria, will once again showcase work that resonates with historical culture as well as the most popular attractions from regional cinema industries.

 

Thursday – 3 November

Me and Kaminski + Party

(c)The Match Factory GmbH

7:00 pm 124 mins

 

Friday – 4 November

Fukushima, mon Amour

(c) Mathias Bothor Majestic

6:30 pm 108 mins

A Heavy Heart
(c) Departures Film & deutschfilm

8:30 pm

109 mins

 

Saturday – 5 November

New Short Films from Germany, Austria and Switzerland

 

2:00 pm

24 Weeks

(c) Friede Clausz zero film GmbH

 

4:00 pm 102 mins

All of a Sudden

(c) photo by Emre Erkmen

 

6:00 pm 112 mins

Chucks + Reception

(c) Dor Film Produktions GmbH

 

8:45 pm 93 mins Reception

 

Sunday – 6 November

Heidi + Reception

(c) Studio Canal

 

2:30 pm 111 mins Reception

Wonderland

(c) Passanten Filmproduktion GbR

 

4:45 pm 99 mins

B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979-1989 + Reception
(c) DEF Media GmbH

7:30 pm

92 mins

John Hanshaw

John Hanshaw

founded WFI in the Fall of 2007. He has worked in film and television for over ten years at such institutions as NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), PBS and most recently National Geographic. He has degrees from Amherst College, Cambridge University, and GW Law.