The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Welcomes the U.S.’s Largest Film Festival of Contemporary German Language Film with its Third Annual Showcase of Thought-Provoking and Award-Winning Cinema.
Thursday, October 15, 2015 (San Francisco, CA)
The Goethe-Institut San Francisco, in collaboration with the German Program at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and the Honorary Consuls of the Federal Republic of Germany and of Switzerland in Honolulu - under the auspices of the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in San Francisco and the Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco - proudly present the third annual festival of films from German-speaking countries: Berlin & Beyond Honolulu, November 6-8, 2015, at the University of Hawai'i’s Art Auditorium.
The Art Auditorium is located at 2535 McCarthy Mall, ART Building Room 132, UH Manoa, Honolulu, HI, 96822.
The cinematic program brings forth personal and timely stories of people living on the edge, endeavoring to find answers and solutions. All seven films will be presented as premiere screenings in the state of Hawaii. Among them are: Edward Berger’s compelling troubled youth drama Jack, winner of the 2015 German Film Award Best Film in Silver, on Opening Night; Bora Dagektin’s irreverent school comedy Fack ju Göhte, one of the biggest box office hits in German cinema history; Boran bo Odar’s hacking thriller and blockbuster hit Who Am I: No System is Safe, which the American studio giant Warner Bros. acquired the rights to remake.
Friday, November 6, 2015
- 6:00 PM – Opening Reception
- 7:30 PM – Opening Night Film: Jack – 103 mins.
- 4:00 PM - Tibetan Warrior – 84 mins.
- 6:00 PM - Inbetween Worlds – 98 mins.
- 8:30 PM - Fack ju Göhte – 118 mins.
- 3:00 PM - Best Chance – 104 mins.
- 5:00 PM - Unlikely Heroes – 94 mins.
- 7:30 PM - Closing Night Film: Who Am I: No System is Safe – 105 mins.
- Admission per film: students: $7.00; seniors: $8.00; general: $9.00 general
- Opening Reception: $15.00 general public. No discounts.
- Festival Pass (all films + reception):
- students: $40; seniors: $50; general: $60
- Tickets and passes available in advance online: