Wednesday, November 17, 2004

German cinema to be showcased in London

Probably the most impressive results in European cinema are coming from Germany, where a new wave of writers and directors are bringing audiences back to German movies at home. Following the success of Run Lola Run and Goodbye Lenin! around the world, The Goethe-Institut will be premiering a raft of German films between Nov. 26 and Dec. 2 at the Curzon in Soho. Titles include "En Garde", "Between Night and Day", "Kroko" and "Northern Star". They will be preceeded by recent shorts. Many of the filmmakers will be in town. Further details can be found on the Goethe-Institut site.

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