Here’s our list of non-dubbed movies playing at Leipzig cinemas. We enter the month of November with DOK Fest at full steam, but there is still a bit of diversity in non-DOK films on tap. I’m sure you can find something that interests you!
Here’s our regular listing of films being shown in English and other original foreign languages, and sometimes German with foreign partnerships, at Leipzig cinemas for this movie week. Highlights this week: A documentary on Malala, a new film by Pan’s Labyrinth director Gillermo del Toro
SOCIETY: bees, rattle snakes, talking in tongues….is it drugs? is it religion? is a sickness? THOUGHT provoking stuff in this week’s openings.
The 58th edition of Leipzig’s big documentary film festival is coming to town Oct. 26-Nov. 1. Don’t miss it! Here’s the lowdown.
The friend who watched the movie with me at Leipzig’s Regina Palast Monday evening said he felt the movie had two main takeaways: that women are weak and that you cannot trust Mexicans. I must say I would’ve been quite surprised by a truly feminist, stereotype-defying Hollywood movie.
Today we start our regular listing with movies in the original from the festival Asynchron, which features documentaries and experimental films on the Holocaust, playing at Cineding. This Friday, check back here to read the review I wrote of the Hollywood movie “Sicario,” one of the films dominating Leipzig cinemas this movie week. It’s playing in English at Kinobar Prager Frühling every day this Thursday-Wednesday.