News from Berlin
Franco-German Celebration Day
July 10th, 2014
News from Berlin – France celebrates its National Day on July 14th. During this year’s week long celebrations, the French Embassy in Berlin and the Franco-German Youth Office organize a Franco-German Day celebration in Pariser Platz on July 19th. The event will start at noon and is scheduled to last until 22:30. At the stands, visitors will be able to enjoy gastronomical specialties and also attend crafting workshops. The celebration will also feature open-air concerts and theatre with artists such as Puppetmastaz and Féloche.
During the same week the French Institute organizes three film screenings. Under the theme “The First World War in the cinema” the Institute in partnership with the Marc Bloch Center propose three French productions to the audience: J’accuse, La grande illusion and La vie et rien d’autre. The first film is a 1919 silent film describing romance during the First World War and will be shown on July 16th at 18 hours. La grande illusion will be displayed on the following day from 19:00. It was produced in 1937 and presents the story of two French prisoners and their unsuccessful attempts at escaping. On July 18th the last movie will be featured. It is a 1989 production from Bertrand Tavernier looking at the psychological scars left by the Great War. All the three films are shown at Zeughauskino.
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