Cinema and schools
The initiatives taking place as part of Cinedays 2003 in Germany are closely linked to the aim of building bridges between schools and the world of cinema. Many cinemas are putting on special screenings for students as part of their Cinedays and general programming. IN fact, one example is the schedule at the Gloria cinema in Heidelberg is showing a series of great film classics and major European premieres until October 24.
Alongside The Third Man (1949) by Carol Reed, and Goodbye Children (1987) by Louis Malle, German students also have the chance to see special screenings of The mother by Roger Mitchell, Dogville [+see also:
film profile] by Lars von Trier, Rosenstrasse [+see also:
film profile] by Margarethe von Trotta, Talk to Her [+see also:
film profile] by Pedro Almodovar and the latest film by Claude Lelouche And now…ladies and gentlemen [+see also:
film profile]. Representing German cinema, there’ll be the films Momo (1986) by Johannes Schaaf and The Miracle of Bern by Sönke Wortmann, only recently been released in German cinemas, and which is already shaping yup to be one of the big hits of the season.
(Translated from Italian)
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