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GERMAN FILM

FESTIVAL 

2015

www.goethe.de/nz

AUCKLAND /

 8–13 SEPT 

WELLINGTON / 

15–19 SEPT

DUNEDIN / 

26–27 SEPT

NEW PLYMOUTH / 

29 SEPT–4 OCT

German Film Festival 2015

German Film Festival 2015



WILLKOMMEN ZUM DEUTSCHEN FILMFESTIVAL

 2015

Welcome to this nationwide German Film Festival.

From 8 September to 4 October 2015 you will be able to enjoy new 

German fi lms in Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and New Plymouth in 

their original language with English subtitles. 

Germany and New Zealand have enjoyed a close relationship for 

over 60 years. We cooperate in many fi elds, economically, politically 

and culturally. That is why the German Film Festival is a great 

opportunity for our two countries to further strengthen our cultural 

understanding. This Festival covers a wide range of areas to showcase 

the diversity of German cinema today. 

This year Germany celebrates 25 years since re-unifi cation. The 

merging of East and West Germany was and continues to be an issue 

which is gradually being resolved. 

What could be more appropriate than to start this Film Festival with a 

fi lm about the memorable night of 9 November 1989 when the Berlin 

Wall opened. The fi lm Bornholmer Straße shows this exciting event 

from the point of view of an East German commanding offi cer, Harald 

Schäfer. It is a truly unique and heroic story.

I hope you all enjoy the Film Festival!

Dr. Anne-Marie Schleich

Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany

The Goethe-Institut is delighted to present cinemagoers in New Zealand with a colourful bouquet 

of fi lms from Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Our team has already enjoyed choosing and 

debating our favourite picks for this year’s programme, which will take you on a factual and 

fi ctional journey through the German past and present, covering diverse terrain. From historical 

documentaries to comedies and crime dramas, our selection includes fi lms that will get you 

thinking, laughing and gripping your seat. We are also thrilled to be showing Lola on the Pea, a 

wonderful children’s feature that younger and older viewers will enjoy.

To spare you the diffi cult task of narrowing down the list and to enable everyone to join in, we 

have decided that admission to the fi lms should be free this year. Small donations are welcome, 

but there will be no entry fee. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept advance bookings: tickets 

can be obtained from the box offi ce before the start of each screening, so please arrive in plenty 

of time and take the opportunity to talk to us and other fi lm enthusiasts. 

We look forward to watching and discussing the fi lms with you in Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin 

and also in New Plymouth, where the German Film Festival is making its debut this year. The 

generosity of our sponsors and partners has enabled us to make the Festival happen: we would 

like to thank them all for their support.

Bettina Senff

Director Goethe-Institut New Zealand

German Film Festival 2015

Festivals (selection): 

Berlin 2015 (Out of 

Competition), Istanbul 

2015, Edinburgh 2015



Awards (selection): 

Bavarian Film Awards 

2015 (Best Production)

Director

Oliver Hirschbiegel



Cinematography: 

Judith Kaufmann



Editor: 

Alexander Dittner



Screenplay: 

Fred Breinersdorfer, 

Léonie-Claire 

Breinersdorfer



Production: 

Boris Ausserer,  

Oliver Schündler,  

Fred Breinersdorfer

A much better fi lm than Downfall (Der 

Untergang) is Oliver Hirschbiegel’s new 

masterpiece about Johann Georg Elser, who 

tragically failed to kill Hitler. On 8 November 

1939 he placed a carefully constructed 

time bomb behind Adolf Hitler’s lectern 

in the Bürgerbräu beer cellar in Munich. It 

worked perfectly and exploded at exactly 

the time it was meant to. But the ‘Führer’ 

left the building 13 minutes earlier than 

planned and survived. Elser was arrested, 

tortured and sent to the concentration camp 

Sachsenhausen and later to Dachau, where 

he was executed only days before the end of 

the war in April 1945. 

Who was this man, and where did Elser  

(4 January 1903 – 9 April 1945), a carpenter 

from a small Bavarian town, fi nd the courage 

and moral strength to risk everything?

 

13 MINUTES 

(ELSER – ER HÄTTE DIE WELT VERÄNDERT)

Music: 

David Holmes



With: 

Christian Friedel, 

Katharina Schüttler, 

Burghart Klaußner,  

Johann von Bülow, 

Felix Eitner,  

David Zimmerschied,  

Rüdiger Klink



Duration: 

110 minutes



Distribution:

Beta Cinema, Studiocanal



Language: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

tbc


GERMANY 2015, (DRAMA)

Image © Lucky Bird Pictures / Bernd Schuller

B-MOVIE: LUST AND 

SOUND IN WEST-BERLIN

 

Festivals (selection): 

Berlin 2015, Istanbul 2015, 

Crossing Europe Linz 2015

Awards (selection): 

Heiner Carow Prize of the 

DEFA Foundation 2015

Director: 

Jörg A. Hoppe,  

Klaus Maeck, Heiko Lange

Screenplay: 

Jörg A. Hoppe,  

Klaus Maeck, Heiko Lange

Cinematography: 

Till Vielrose 



Editor: 

Alexander von Sturmfeder

Were you born in the 50s or 60s? Have you 

heard of Blixa Bargeld and Einstürzende 

Neubauten, or are you in love with Berlin? 

Then this fi lm is a must for you! The 

documentary by Jörg A. Hoppe, Heiko Lange 

and Klaus Maeck is a monument in honour 

of West-Berlin’s wild 1980s, when Berlin was 

really, really cool. Everything was possible, 

nothing seemed forbidden in this island city 

in the middle of the GDR. In the last decade 

before the fall of the wall, West Berlin 

had become a centre for artists, squatters, 

subversive ideas, subcultures, drugs, trash, 

ugliness and passion. And musician and 

author Mark Reeder from Manchester meets 

them all: Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave, Gudrun 

Gut, Christiane F. and many, many others. 

Music: 

Mark Reeder,  

Michael Adam

With: 

Mark Reeder,  

Marius Weber,  

Blixa Bargeld, Gudrun Gut,  

Nick Cave, Muriel Gray

Production: 

Jörg A. Hoppe,  

Christoph Post

Duration: 

92 minutes



Language: 

English, German 

 

(with English subtitles)



Rating: 

tbc


GERMANY 2015, (DOCUMENTARY)

Image © DEF-Media

“Hirschbiegel... delivers a respectful 

ode to this solitary hero in a time 

of almost-complete darkness for 

Germany.”

– Fionnuala Halligan, ScreenDaily.com



Auckland

 

 

   



Saturday, 12 September, 8:30pm

Wellington 

   


Saturday, 19 September, 4:30pm

New Plymouth 

   


Saturday, 3 October, 6:30pm

SCREENING TIMES

“...dense with detail, this is an 

appealing memoir of a wild decade 

in a city that remains a magnet 

for young bohemians and party 

animals from across the globe.”

– Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter



Auckland

 

 

   



Sunday, 13 September, 6:15pm

Wellington 

   


Friday, 18 September, 5pm 

New Plymouth 

   


Saturday, 3 October, 4:30pm

SCREENING TIMES

German Film Festival 2015

Awards (selection): 

Berlin 2010 (Panorama 

– Audience Award), Prix 

Meilleur Film du Jury 

Jeunes (Liège, Festival du 

Film Policier)



Director: 

Wolfgang Murnberger



Screenplay: 

Josef Hader, Wolfgang 

Murnberger, Wolf Haas 

– based on the novel by 

Wolf Haas

Cinematography: 

Peter von Haller



Editor: 

Evi Romen



Music: 

Sofa Surfers

From Austria comes this celebrated, very 

black fi lm version of Wolf Haas’ crime novel 

of the same name. In search of a man called 

Horvath, who seems to have disappeared, 

private detective Brenner fi nds himself in 

a famous “Backhendlstation“ in the Styrian 

countryside. The well-known inn specialises 

in roast chicken and is owned by a   

shady character, brilliantly played by  

 

Josef Bierbichler. And slowly it becomes 



clear that Austria is not an idyllic place of 

unspoiled beauty and innocence. A gruesome 

discovery is made in the pile of chicken 

bones waiting to be fed into the basement 

grinder, and Brenner is in great danger. 

Recommended for all crime fi lm lovers with 

a dark sense of humour.

THE BONE MAN 

(DER KNOCHENMANN)

With: 

Josef Hader,  

Josef Bierbichler,  

Birgit Minichmayr,  

Simon Schwarz

Production: 

Danny Krausz,  

Kurt Stocker

Duration: 

117 minutes



Distribution: 

DOR-Film


Languages: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

tbc


AUSTRIA 2009, (CRIME THRILLER, COMEDY)

Proudly supported by: 



Image © Dor Film / Photo: Petro Domenigg

BORNHOLMER STRASSE

Festival (selection): 

Black Nights Tallinn 2014, 

Munich 2014

Awards (selection): 

Grimme Award 2015 

(Fiction), Hubert Burda 

Media Award 2014, 

Golden Camera 2015  

(Best German TV Film)



Director: 

Christian Schwochow



Screenplay: 

Heide Schwochow,  

Rainer Schwochow

Cinematography: 

Frank Lamm



Editor: 

Jens Klüber



Music: 

Daniel Sus

This year Germany celebrates 25 years of 

re-unifi cation. And what could be more 

appropriate, than to start our Film Festival 

2015 with a fi lm about this memorable night 

of 9th November, 1989. 

The fi lm tells the story of the events at the 

Berlin checkpoint Bornholmer Straße, where 

the commanding offi cer Harald Schäfer 

(Charly Hübner) wonders what to make of 

Günther Schabowski’s announcement at a 

press conference, that from this day forward 

all citizens of the German Democratic 

Republic are allowed to leave the country if 

they wish.



With: 

Charly Hübner,  

Milan Peschel, Rainer 

Bock, Jasna Fritzi Bauer,  

Ludwig Trepte,  

Frederick Lau,  

Ulrich Matthes,  

 

Thorsten Merten



Production: 

Benjamin Benedict,  

Nico Hofmann,  

 

Sebastian Werninger



Duration: 

88 minutes



Distribution: 

Beta Film



Languages: 

German  


 

(with English subtitles)



Rating: 

PG - coarse language



GERMANY 2014, (DRAMA)

“In this tragicomedy, Charly 

Hübner is brilliant as a GDR 

border guard who, on 9 

November 1989, has to make 

a decision that could change 

history.”

– Kester Schlenz, Der Stern



Image © ARD UfaFiction Nik Konietzy

Auckland

 

 

   



Friday, 11 September, 8:30pm

Wellington 

   


Thursday, 17 September, 7pm

Dunedin    

Sunday, 27 September, 3pm 



New Plymouth 

   


Friday, 2 October, 6:30pm

SCREENING TIMES

Auckland 

 

 

 

Opening Night:    

  

Tuesday, 8 September, 6:15pm   

Sunday, 13 September, 8:30pm

Wellington 

   


 

Opening Night by invitation only:     

Tuesday, 15 September, 6:30pm  

Wednesday, 16 September, 12:15pm



New Plymouth 

   


Opening Night: 

   


Tuesday, 29 September, 6:30pm  

 

Friday, 2 October, 4pm



SCREENING TIMES

CONCRETE LOVE – THE BÖHM FAMILY 

(DIE BÖHMS – ARCHITEKTUR EINER FAMILIE) 

Festivals (selection):

DOK Leipzig 2014, 

Max-Ophüls-Prize 

Festival Saarbrücken 

2015, Solothurn 2015, 

Slamdance 2015, Dallas 

2015, FIFA Montreal 2015

Awards: 

Documentary Award of 

the Goethe-Institut DOK 

Leipzig 2014, Jury Award 

FIFA Montreal 2015

Director: 

Maurizius Staerkle-Drux 



Screenplay: 

Maurizius Staerkle-Drux 



Cinematography: 

Raphael Beinder 

In this fi lm, young Swiss director Maurizius 

Staerkle-Drux very successfully paints a 

touching portrait of 94-year old architect, 

Gottfried Böhm, and his family. Gottfried 

Böhm is one of Germany’s most important 

architects. The Pritzker prize-winning father 

learned his trade from his father. Gottfried 

still works every day on construction 

projects with his sons, Stephan, Peter 

and Paul, who are also architects. This 

documentary won the Goethe-Institut 

Documentary Film Prize at the prestigious 

57th DOK Leipzig. The fi lm weaves together 

multiple stories about love, passion for 

architecture, and four generations of German 

history, combining sensitive observations, 

intimate interviews and impressive 

cinematographic explorations of an 

outstanding architectural legacy to create a 

lasting impression of the buildings and 

the people.

Editor: 

Anika Simon



Music: 

Jonas Bühler



With: 

Elisabeth Böhm,  

Gottfried Böhm,  

Paul Böhm, Peter Böhm, 

Stephan Böhm 

Production: 

Carl-Ludwig Rettinger, 

Lisa Blatter 

Duration: 

87 minutes



Languages: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

Exempt


 SWITZERLAND/GERMANY 2014, (DOCUMENTARY)

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Auckland

 

 

   



Thursday, 10 September, 6:15pm

Wellington  

 

Wednesday, 16 September, 7pm 



Friday, 18 September, 12:15pm  

 

(52 mins, Soup & Seat, $8)



Dunedin    

Saturday, 26 September, 3pm 



New Plymouth  

 

Wednesday, 30 September, 6:30pm



SCREENING TIMES

German Film Festival 2015

ACADEMY CINEMAS / 

8 – 13 SEPT

AUCKLAND

WELLINGTON

NGĀ TAONGA SOUND & VISION /

 15 – 19 SEPT

 

 SCHEDULE

DUNEDIN PUBLIC ART GALLERY /

 26 – 27 SEPT

DUNEDIN

NEW PLYMOUTH

GOVETT-BREWSTER ART GALLERY / LEN LYE 

CENTRE  / 

29 SEPT – 4 OCT

www.goethe.de/nz

TUESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER

WEDNESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER

THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

SATURDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

6:15pm Opening Night: Bornholmer Straße  

8:30pm Who Am I – No System Is Safe

12:30pm  Lola on the Pea

6:15pm  Concrete Love – The Böhm Family 

8:30pm  Not My Day

6:15pm  Who Am I – No System Is Safe  

8:30pm  The Bone Man 

3:30pm  Schönefeld Boulevard  

 

6:15pm  Tour de Force 



 

 

8:30pm  13 Minutes



3:30pm  Lola on the Pea 

 

 



6:15pm  B-Movie: Lust and Sound in West-Berlin 

8:30pm  Bornholmer Straße



TUESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER

WEDNEDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

THURSDAY 17 SEPTEMBER

FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER

SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

6:30pm Opening Night: Bornholmer Straße 

            (by invitation only) 

12:15pm  Bornholmer Straße   

 

5:00pm  Schönefeld Boulevard 



 

7:00pm  Concrete Love – The Böhm Family

12:30pm  Lola on the Pea 

 

 



5:00pm  Tour de Force 

 

 



7:00pm  The Bone Man 

12:15pm  Concrete Love – The Böhm Family  

 

(52 mins, Soup & Seat, $8) 



 

5:00pm  B-Movie: Lust and Sound in West-Berlin 

7:00pm  Not my Day

2:30pm  Lola on the Pea 

 

 

4:30pm  13 Minutes 



 

 

7:00pm  Who Am I – No System Is Safe



SATURDAY 26 SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY 27 SEPTEMBER

1:00pm  Not my Day 

 

 

3:00pm  Concrete Love – The Böhm Family



1:00pm  Lola on the Pea 

 

 



3:00pm  The Bone Man

TUESDAY 29 SEPTEMBER

WEDNESDAY 30 SEPTEMBER

THURSDAY 1 OCTOBER

FRIDAY 2 OCTOBER

SATURDAY 3 OCTOBER

SUNDAY 4 OCTOBER

6:30pm Opening Night: Bornholmer Straße

4:00pm  Tour de Force 

 

 



6:30pm  Concrete Love – The Böhm Family 

4:00pm  Schönefeld Boulevard 

4:00pm  Bornholmer Straße   

 

6:30pm  The Bone Man



2:30pm  Lola on the Pea 

 

 



4:30pm  B-Movie: Lust and Sound in West-Berlin 

6:30pm   13 Minutes

4:00pm  Not my Day 

 

 



6:30pm  Who Am I – No System Is Safe

CELEBRATING 

35 YEARS 

IN NEW ZEALAND!

German Film Festival 2015

Awards (Selection): 

Audience Award 

Children’s Film Festival 

Vienna 2014, ASPI Award 

Bellinzona 2014, Best 

Director, ECFA Award & 

Greek Actor’s Best Feature 

Film & Children’s Jury 

Award, Best Live Action 

Film Seattle 2015



Director: 

Thomas Heinemann 



Screenplay: 

Thomas Heinemann



Cinematography: 

Tobias Jall



Editor: 

Laura Richter



Music: 

Frankie Chinasky

Our 2015 festival’s favourite children’s fi lm: 

Nine-year-old Lola lives on a houseboat 

called “The Pea” with her mother Loretta, 

waiting for her father to resurface after he 

had vanished into thin air over a year ago. 

When her mother, Loretta, starts dating 

someone else, Lola is torn between her 

loyalty towards her father and the new guy, 

who is actually quite nice. In this situation, 

Lola becomes friends with her new classmate 

Rebin, a Kurd living illegally in Germany who 

has serious problems of his own. 

This beautifully crafted tale captures the pain 

and joy of childhood with honesty, humour 

and a big heart. Though made as a “children’s 

fi lm,” its approach to common family issues 

makes it wonderfully entertaining and highly 

rewarding for all age groups. 



LOLA ON THE PEA 

(LOLA AUF DER ERBSE)

With: 

Christiane Paul,  

Tabea Hanstein,  

Tobias Oertel, 

Arturo Pereia-Bigwood, 

Antoine Monot Jr.,  

Olaf A. Krätke

Production: 

Thomas Heinemann, 

Michel Morales

Duration: 

92 minutes



Distribution: 

Beta Film



Languages: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

G

GERMANY 2014, (FAMILY)



“It’s a gentle, nuanced movie 

with strong female characters 

about tolerance and doing the 

right thing.”

– Paul Constant, The Stranger



Image © Sabine Finger

NOT MY DAY

(NICHT MEIN TAG)

Festival (selection): 

Berlin 2014, Shanghai 

2014, Portland German 

Film Festival 2014, 

Yashwant International 

Film Festival Mumbai 

2015, Tiburon 2015, 

Manchester 2015, World 

Premieres Film Festival 

Philippines 2015



Director: 

Peter Thorwarth



Screenplay: 

Peter Thorwarth,  

Stefan Holtz

Cinematography: 

Jan Fehse



Editor: 

Andreas Menn 

Till Reiners (Axel Stein) is a “Spießer” – a 

stuffed shirt, working in a bank in a sleepy  

town in the German Ruhr area. His life 

changes dramatically when ex-con Nappo 

(brilliant: Moritz Bleibtreu) robs his bank 

and takes Till hostage. After a series of 

tragi-comic events and misunderstandings, 

it becomes clear that this is just not their 

day! Crazy action comedy, road movie, with 

great music and genuinely funny. Oh, and try 

to spot overrated German celebrity actor Til 

Schweiger in a mini role as himself.



Music: 

Cowboys on Dope



With: 

Moritz Bleibtreu,  

Axel Stein, Jasmin Gerat, 

Anna Maria Mühe,  

Nele Kiper, Ralf Richter

Production: 

Christian Becker,  

Marcus Machura

Duration: 

115 minutes



Distribution: 

Picture Tree International



Languages: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

tbc


GERMANY 2014, (COMEDY)

Proudly supported by: 



“...superbly executed action 

comedy from Germany.”

– Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter



Image © 2014 Bernd Spauke/Westside Filmproduktion 

GmbH/Donar Film UG/Deutsche Columbia Pictures 

Filmproduktion GmbH/Mr.Brown Entertainment 

Filmproduction GmbH



Auckland    

Wednesday, 9 September, 12:30pm  

Sunday, 13 September, 3:30pm

Wellington 

   


Thursday, 17 September, 12:30pm   

Saturday, 19 September, 2:30pm



Dunedin    

Sunday, 27 September, 1pm



New Plymouth 

   


Saturday, 3 October, 2:30pm

SCREENING TIMES

Auckland    

Thursday, 10 September, 8:30pm



Wellington 

   


Friday, 18 September, 7pm

Dunedin    

Saturday, 26 September, 1pm



New Plymouth 

   


Sunday, 4 October, 4pm

SCREENING TIMES

German Film Festival 2015

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Festivals (selection): 

Munich 2014, FILMZ 

Festival Mainz 2014

Director: 

Sylke Enders



Screenplay: 

Sylke Enders



Cinematography: 

Benedict Neuenfels



Editor: 

Katharina Schmidt



Sound: 

Bernd Hackmann



With: 

Julia Jendroßek,  

Daniel Sträßer,  

Uwe Preuss, Jani Volanen, 

Yung Ngo

18 year old overweight Cindy lives in 

Berlin-Schönefeld, a bleak suburban area. 

Her life is colourless, without prospects. 

She gets bullied by her classmates and even 

her father calls her “Rosinenbomber”. Of 

course there is also the little dog Werner and 

Cindy’s slightly eccentric childhood friend 

Danny. But Danny leaves Berlin to sign up 

for a military operation in Afghanistan. 

Against all odds Cindy proves to be a 

positive life-affi rming young woman and 

much to everyone’s surprise she wins the 

heart of married Finnish businessman, Leif. 

She starts to dream the impossible dream of 

a future together. Then Danny comes back. 

War and drugs have destroyed him. He now 

needs Cindy’s friendship more than ever, but 

she is put off by his aggressive behaviour. 

The beautiful acting of Julia Jendroßek as 

lovely Cindy makes this tragi-comic coming-

of-age story defi nitely worth seeing.



SCHÖNEFELD BOULEVARD

Production: 

Susann Schimk, 

Jörg Trentmann

Duration: 

102 minutes



Languages

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

M - offensive language, 

sexual references and 

drug use


GERMANY 2014, (COMEDY, DRAMA)

Auckland 

 

 

 

Saturday, 12 September, 3:30pm 



Wellington  

 

Wednesday, 16 September, 5pm



New Plymouth  

 

Thursday, 1 October, 4pm



SCREENING TIMES

“Julia Jendroßek does not 

physically conform to the usual 

ideal of a fi lm star, and yet 

this young woman from Berlin 

makes a huge impression with an 

outstanding performance on the 

big screen.”

– Thorsten Wahl, Berliner Zeitung



Image © Claudia Rorarius credofi lm GmbH

German Film Festival 2015

TOUR DE FORCE

(HIN UND WEG)

Festivals (selection): 

Locarno 2014 (Piazza 

Grande), Toronto 2014, 

Les Arcs European Film 

Festival 2014, Black 

Nights Tallinn 2014, Miami 

2015, Motovun 2015

Director: 

Christian Zübert



Screenplay: 

Ariane Schröder, adapted 

by Christian Zübert

Cinematography: 

Ngo The Chau 



Editor: 

Mona Bräuer



Music: 

Siggi Müller, Egon Riedel

A German contribution to the discussion 

about a controversial subject: Hannes is 

suffering from an incurable disease and 

he plans to end his life in Belgium, where 

assisted suicide is legal. Without telling 

his friends that the trip is to be his last, he 

asks them to join him and his wife Kiki for 

their annual bike tour. This film is packed 

with emotions, so you had better bring a 

handkerchief and a friend!



With: 

Florian David Fitz,  

Julia Koschitz,  

Jürgen Vogel,  

Miriam Stein,  

Volker Bruch,  

Victoria Mayer,  

Johannes Allmayer, 

Hannelore Elsner

Production: 

Florian Gallenberger, 

Benjamin Herrmann

Duration: 

95 minutes



Distribution: 

Beta Cinema



Languages: 

German    

(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

tbc


GERMANY 2014, (DRAMA)

Auckland    

Saturday, 12 September, 6:15pm



Wellington  

 

Thursday, 17 September, 5pm



New Plymouth  

 

Wednesday, 30 September, 4pm



SCREENING TIMES

“A touching tragic comedy!”

– Kerstin Lindemann, VOGUE



Image © Beta Cinema

WHO AM I – NO SYSTEM IS SAFE

(WHO AM I – KEIN SYSTEM IST SICHER)

Festivals: Toronto 2014, 

Zurich 2014, Les Arcs 

European Film Festival 

2014, Palm Springs 2015, 

Cleveland 2015, Dallas 

2015, Edinburgh 2015



Awards: Bavarian 

Film Award 2015 (Best 

Direction)

Director: 

Baran bo Odar



Screenplay: 

Jantje Friese,  

Baran bo Odar

Cinematography: 

Nikolaus Summerer



Editor: 

Robert Rzesacz

A cybercrime thriller from Germany! Nerdy 

Benjamin and his over confident friend 

Max share one mutual interest: hacking. 

They form the subversive group CLAY. With 

bold actions against a neo-Nazi group and 

a pharmaceutical company they aim for 

global fame and Benjamin is especially keen 

to impress star-hacker MRX. But then they 

go too far and suddenly the group is being 

investigated by the German Secret Service 

and Europol. With an exciting plot and a 

great soundtrack, this film strikes us as a 

fresh, young and cool example of a good 

movie for international thriller fans. 



Music: 

Michael Kamm



With: 

Tom Schilling,  

Elyas M’Barek,  

Hannah Herzsprung,  

Wotan Wilke Möhring, 

Antoine Monot Jr., 

 

Trine Dyrholm,  



 

David Masterson,  

 

Agnes Thi-Mai



Production:

Quirin Berg,  

 

Max Wiedemann



Duration: 

106 minutes



Language: 

German 


(with English subtitles)

Rating: 

R13 - violence, drug use 

and offensive language

GERMANY 2014, (THRILLER)

Auckland 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 8 September, 8:30pm  

 

Friday, 11 September, 6:15pm



Wellington  

 

Saturday, 19 September, 7pm



New Plymouth  

 

Sunday, 4 October, 6:30pm



SCREENING TIMES

“Fusing high-stakes intrigue, 

crackling tension and stylish 

action sequences, and set to an 

electrifying soundtrack by Boys 

Noize, Who Am I is a suspense-

filled meditation on the search for 

identity in the information age.”

– Jane Schoettle, Toronto International Film Festival



Image © Sony Pictures Releasing GmbH / Jan Rasmus Voss

VENUES AND TICKETS

AUCKLAND (FESTIVAL DATES: 8-13 SEPTEMBER 2015)

Academy Cinemas

Central Library Building  

 

 

 



 

44 Lorne Street

Auckland City

Phone: 09 3732761



academycinemas.co.nz

WELLINGTON (FESTIVAL DATES: 15-19 SEPTEMBER 2015)

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

Te Anakura Whitiāhua  

 

 

 



 

84 Taranaki Street    

 

 

 



Wellington 

     


Phone: 04 3847647

ngataonga.org.nz

NEW PLYMOUTH (FESTIVAL DATES: 29 SEPTEMBER – 4 OCTOBER 2015)

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre

42 Queen Street

New 

Plymouth 



 

       


Phone: 06 7596060

govettbrewster.com

PLEASE NOTE: 

Festival tickets are free and will be allocated on a fi rst come/fi rst serve basis. 

 

 

Exemption: Wellington: Soup & Seat ticket for Concrete Love – The Böhm Family on Friday 18 



September 

will 


be 

$8. 


      

   


          

All cinemas are wheelchair accessible, however seating is limited so please contact the cinema to 

arrange bookings for these seats. 

ID will be required for all restricted fi lms.

Please contact us for school screenings of Lola on the Pea as they need to be pre-booked one week  

in 


advance. 

 

        



Phone: 

04 


3856924 

 

        



arts@wellington.goethe.org

DUNEDIN (FESTIVAL DATES: 26-27 SEPTEMBER 2015)

Dunedin Public Art Gallery

30 The Octagon

Dunedin

Phone: 03 4743240



dunedin.art.museum

IMPRINT

Goethe-Institut New Zealand

150 Cuba Street

PO Box 9253

Wellington 6141, New Zealand

Phone: +64 4 3856924

Email: info@wellington.goethe.org

Website: www.goethe.de/nz

The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institution; it operates 160 institutes 

in 94 countries. In New Zealand the Goethe-Institut has been based in Wellington since 1980. 

 

Published by Goethe-Institut New Zealand

Design: Darcy Woods Design

Cover Images: © Beta Cinema, © Sabine Finger, © Sony Pictures Releasing GmbH / Jan Rasmus Voss,  

© Lucky Bird Pictures / Bernd Schuller



Special Thanks to: 

Alex and Theo Giesen, Amanda White, Andreas Mittrenga, Anne-Marie Schleich, Bill Gosden,  

Camilla Braun-Angott, Celia Nelson, Charlotte Nowak, Chris Hormann, Cosima Finkbeiner,    

Damian Hannah, Darcy Woods, David Vogelsanger, Edel Everling, Elizabeth Ireland, Elizabeth Trotman,  

Eva Lautenschlager, Haleigh Trower, Hans Kohl, Heidrun Lange, Helmut Böck, Jochen Gutsch,  

Kai Schubert, Kirby Maxwell, Lara Schmaus, Laura Matten, Lynda Cullen, Maren Niemeyer,    

Mark Sweeney, Markus Dahl, Martina Spreafi co, Mike Walsh, Mirjam Herzog, Nicola Denney,  

Patrick Opper, Paul Brobbel, Ralph Schermbach, Renate Zylla, Robert Davies, Robert Distelrath, 

Sabrina Schmidt, Sally-Ann Spencer, Simon Rees, Sue Footitt, Susan Gibson, Thomas Henzschel, 

 

Tzveta Preußler, Ulrike Ladenbauer, Warwick Foley, Wivian Buckrell, Yvonne Gottschalk 



 

 

   



Programme Changes

We reluctantly reserve the right to change the schedule by amending dates or replacing fi lms. Any 

necessary changes will be advertised at the festival venue and on the Goethe-Institut New Zealand’s 

website and facebook page (www.facebook.com/goetheinstitut.newzealand).



Film Ratings

At the time of printing some fi lms had not yet been rated. Until they receive a censor rating, they are 

considered R18 and can only be attended by people aged 18 or over. 

Classifi cations will be published on the Goethe-Institut website and will be on display at the venues.

Films will be screened from DCP or BluRay.


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