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. From now on, I will try to write movie reviews more or less regularly for ones you can see here. This week I reviewed “Que Horas Ela Volta?” whose showtimes you can find in this post, among many other interesting-sounding cinematic features including a biographical film on the Lance Armstrong investigation and scandal.
Besides being a humanitarian crisis, the current refugee situation also highlights limitations to press freedom in Europe.
Get out your planner……no need to sit home bored this week!
Here’s our regular listing of films being shown in English and other original foreign languages (with labels such as OmU, OF and OV) at Leipzig cinemas for this movie week. What are you up to today? Wednesday 30.09 is the last chance to see the second installment of the film festival Mythos Freiheit, along with some other movies for the time being; but if you can’t make it, the rest of the movie week might just make up for it with the film festival SCHLINGEL, Russian films and an array of other options.
get involved or just observe, art and culture alive and kicking it in Leipzig
During the last weeks European policymakers have been fighting with each other over the best way to respond to the current refugee crisis. However difficult the political negotiations are – they are a mess; much worse than the Greek debacle, as far as integrity of EU institutions are concerned – no refugee relocation and integration plan will be effective. The reason is that any European-only-plan ignores the source of the problem: The Syrian civil war.