Catch physical and virtual screenings from Oct 21-Nov 7

The annual German Film Festival has a knack for telling authentic, enjoyable stories through contemporary encounters, and this year’s return of the arts showcase will be no exception.

Spanning three weekends from Oct 21-Nov 7, the 25th German Film Festival will be a hybrid event with both physical and digital screenings at The Projector and The Projector Plus.

So looking forward to a myriad of films beginning with Undine, a 2020 flick about a woman who works as a historian specialising in the urban development of Berlin. But when the man she loves betrays her, she must kill him and return to the water in a reenactment of an ancient myth.

The Goldfish (Credit: Beta Cinema)

You can also expect to catch When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit as well as Berlin Alexanderplatz; both of these are epic and award-winning movies about self-discovery and determination in the face of harrowing circumstances.

Meanwhile, those looking for some much-needed levity can also try The Goldfish and Hello Again - A Wedding Day, which goes into meaningful messages through twisted ideas.

Film buffs can check out the full line-up of films here; locals will be able to choose between nine theatrical screenings at The Projector’s Golden Mile venue, while Relativity, Free Country, and The Green Lie will all be available exclusively on The Projector Plus.

More information available here.