Experience all things Berlin in the upcoming months.
If you can't make it to be Berlin's Berlin Lab don't fret, Berlin Weeks will have many opportunities for Angelenos to experience all things Berlin in the upcoming months. From the international premiere in Downtown LA of the new TV series, Babylon Berlin to the STATE studio for arts and sciences, Berlin Weeks will include countless events for all to enjoy and celebrate the 50th anniversary of Berlin and LA as sister cities.
Travel to 1920’s Berlin with the international series premiere of Babylon Berlin at Downtown LA’s Ace Hotel! For more information on Babylon Berlin click here.
Get a chance to see an impressive line-up of the latest German films at the 11th Annual German Currents Film Festival! For more information on the German Currents Film Festival click here.
Obsessed with Berlin? Enjoy ten films about the exciting city at UCLA Film and TV Archive/German Cinematheque! For more information on the UCLA Film and TV Archive/German Cinematheque click here.
Watch a free screening of brand new, cult or classic films at GSA Melnitz Movies! For more information on GSA Melnitz Movies click here.
Get a glimpse of the two cities through DELPHI_Essentials, a solo exhibition by former Villa Aurora fellow Philipp Lachenmann! For more information on DELPHI_Essentials click here.
Learn more about diversities and parallels in the urban landscapes of Berlin and Los Angeles and join the podium discussion City-Making: the View from Berlin and Los Angeles at iconic Villa Aurora with Sergei Tchoban from Berlin and Architect Farooq Ameen from Los Angeles. For more information click here.
IHK Berlin (Chamber of Commerce) will present the "Berlin-L.A.Business Forum – Thinking Outside the Box“ as part of the Berlin/LA celebrations, highlighting the cooperation potentials for companies from the creative industries between the two sister cities. Sounds interesting? Find more information on the forum click here.
Semra Sevin, a Berlin fine art and fashion photographer, creates photographs and video-interviews of students 14-18years old between Berlin and L.A. Sevin advances subjects of diversity and national identity.
In addition to ‘Berlin Lab’, other Berlin-related events celebrating the Los Angeles and Berlin’s 50th anniversary will run from September through October. The Berlin-related events include the international premiere of Babylon Berlin, a new TV show co-written and co-directed by BAFTA and Golden Globe® nNominated Tom Tykwer, with Achim von Borries and Henk Handloegten; the achtung berlin! and German Currents – Festival of German Films in LA; the STATE Festival for Arts and Sciences; and many more events to be announced in the coming weeks.