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German Film Festival

May 7 - June 5

The 2024 HSBC German Film Festival, presented by Palace in cooperation with German Films, is set to feature a selection of contemporary German cinema.

First highlights include the new drama from Camera d’Or winning writer/director Claire Burger, Foreign Language, which arrives direct from the 2024 Berlin International Film Festival; One For the Road, starring Frederick Lau and Nora Tschirner; Dark Satellites, starring Nastassja Kinski and Albrecht Schuch and Lubo, starring Franz Rogowski.

The ‘Kino for Kids’ sidebar, presented by the Goethe-Institut Australia, will screen Mission: School of Fun (Die unlangweiligste Schule der Welt – Auf Klassenfahrt), adapted from Sabrina J. Kirschner’s bestselling children’s book series, and The Flying Classroom (Das fliegende Klassenzimmer) is a big-screen adaptation of Erich Kästner’s best-selling children’s and young adult’s book of the same name.

Two further titles for families and children will be announced in the full programme release in April.

 Canberra: 7 May – 29 May, Palace ElectricSydney: 8 May – 29 May, Palace Norton Street, Chauvel Cinema, Palace Central, Palace Moore Park (new)Brisbane: 9 May – 29 May, Palace James StPalace BarracksMelbourne: 10 May – 29 May, Palace Balwyn, Palace Brighton Bay, Palace Cinema Como, Palace Westgarth, The Kino, The Astor Theatre, Pentridge Cinema and Palace Penny Lane (new)Adelaide: 15 May – 5 June, Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas, Palace Nova Prospect CinemasPerth: 16 May – 5 June, Luna Leederville, Luna on SX & Palace Raine SquareByron Bay: 16 May – 5 June, Palace Byron Bay 


May 7
June 5
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