Every Wednesday evening, for over a decade, the department has offered weekly movie screenings free of charge to the Yale community at 7:00 to 9:00 PM (in WLH 116), complete with popcorn! In the past, students have enjoyed watching such well-known movies as Donnersmarck’s The Lives of Others, Tykwer’s Run Lola run, Haneke’s The White Ribbon, and Fatih Akin’s Kebab Connection, which are also part of the undergraduate curriculum, but also recent movies by lesser known film-makers, such as Shoppen, Kokowäh, as well as the occasional famous Tatort thriller.
Contact Thorsten Wilhelm if you have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please find the schedule for the Spring 2017 semester below.
Fatih Akin, Gegen die Wand, 2004, 118 min (German with subtitles)
Uli Edel, Der Baader Meinhoff Komplex, 2008, 143 min (English subtitles).
Max Färberböck, Aimée und Jaguar, 1999, 125 min (English subtitles)
Barbara Albert, Fallen, 2006, 88 min, (English subtitles)
Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Effi Briest, 1974, 140 min (English subtitles)
Thomas Arslan, Ferien, 2007, 91 min (English subtitles)
Lars von Trier, Europa, 1991, 112 min (English subtitles)
Phil Jutzi, Berlin Alexanderplatz, 1931, 84 min (English subtitles)
Robert A. Stemmle, Toxi, 1952, 85 min (English subtitles)
Maren Ade, Toni Erdmann, 2016, 162 min (English subtitles)
Volker Schlöndorff, Die Blechtrommel, 1979, 142 min (no subtitles)
Helma Sanders-Brahms, Mein Herz – Niemandem!, 1997, 105 min (English subtitles)
Maria Schrader, Vor der Morgenröte, 2016, 106 min, (English subtitles)