Movie night: 4 Könige

We are excited to announce our next German movie night! 4 Könige portrays 4 teenagers who spend their Christmas holidays in an adolescent psychiatric clinic. Confronted with one another, themselves and the unconventional psychiatrist Dr. Wolff, they experience an unforgettable Christmas full of surprises, pain, but also funny moments. German with English subtitles More info here.…
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The Cut – Movie Screening

The Cut is a 2014 internationally co-produced drama film written and directed by Turkish-German filmmaker Fatih Akin. The film is about the experiences of a young Armenian by the name of Nazaret Manoogian in the light of the Armenian genocide and its repercussions in different parts of the world. Years after managing to survive the…
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The Banality of Evil

The Cape Town Holocaust Centre, in partnership with the German Language Centre in Cape Town and the Jacob Gitlin Library, invites you to a screening of Hannah Arendt. This film explores a key chapter in the life of German/ Jewish political theorist and philosopher Hannah Arendt (played by Barbara Sukowa), who coined the phrase “banality…
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Im Labyrinth des Schweigens

It’s time for German movie night again – we are presenting Im Labyrinth des Schweigens (Labyrinth of Lies) at the Labia on Orange (68 Orange Street, Gardens) this Friday, 26th May at 18:15. The film is set in 1958 and depicts a gripping story that exposes the conspiracy of prominent German institutions and government branches…
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Wortspiel in South Africa!

The Wortspiel-Show is coming to Cape Town! Join us for a German evening of fun with a musician, a poetry slammer and and an improvisational theatre duo. The entertaining performers include: Jürgen Boese, Jan Mattenheimer, Fabian von Wegen and Mitch Miller. Details: Tuesday, 18th April 2017, 19:00 Deutsche Schule Kapstadt, 28 Bay View Ave, Tamboerskloof…
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Welcome to our new website!

We have recently launched our brand new website for the German Language Centre in Cape Town.  The site features more content relevant to our Cape Town students, but still links to the main Goethe Institute site for those who need further information regarding the various levels offered or want to download practice materials. We hope you enjoy the…
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