Following the Castro Theatre run of our 22nd Berlin & Beyond Film Festival, join us at the auditorium of the Goethe-Institut San Francisco in Downtown for some great narrative films and documentaries.
Tuesday, Feb. 13
6:00 PM: «Code Of Survival»
Sustainable projects in India, Egypt and Germany prove that alternatives to the poison-addicted industrial model of agriculture are achievable. Directed by Bertram Verhaag.
8:00 PM: «Paradise» («Rai»)
Three people cross paths during war time: Olga, a Russian aristocratic emigrant and member of the French Resistance; Jules, a French collaborator; and Helmut, a German SS officer. Directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy. Starring Julia Vysotskaya, Christian Clauss, Philippe Duquesne, Peter Kurth, Jakob Diehl
Wednesday, Feb. 14
6:00 PM: «The Final Journey» («Leanders Letzte Reise»)
After his wife dies, Eduard embarks on a train to Kiev, in search for the woman he fell in love with while serving alongside the Cossacks. Directed by Nick Baker-Monteys. Starring: Jürgen Prochnow, Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Tambet Tuisk.
8:00 PM: «Beuys»
An intimate look at the visionary artist Joseph Beuys, seen through a congenial montage of archival sources he appears more relevant than ever before. Directed by Andres Veiel.
Thursday, Feb. 15
6:00 PM: «My Brother Simple» («Simpel — Der Film»)
Ben's brother Simpel has the mental capacity of a 3-year old, and life without him is unimaginable. When authorities try to take Simpel away, the brothers flee on a crazy odyssey. Directed by Markus Goller. Starring David Kross and Frederick Lau.
8:15 PM: «DreamBoat»
Once a year the dream boat sets sail for a cruise exclusively for gay men where most passengers are united by the wish to live life authentically as themselves in a protected place. Directed by Tristan Ferland Milewski.
Tickets for all films of #BerlinBeyond22 can be purchased at tickets.berlinbeyond.com