German Film Festival in February
Wanderlust und Gemütlichkeit: German Club is hosting a Film Festival this semester to showcase three popular German films. All films will be shown in the Center for World Languages, J.B. Hunt 207. Grab some popcorn and enjoy an evening of German Cinema!
- A Coffee in Berlin (NR) – Tuesday, Feb. 20, 6:30 p.m.
An aimless university dropout attempts to make sense of life as he spends one fateful day wandering the streets of Berlin
- The Edukators (NR) – Thursday, Feb. 22, 6:30 p.m.
Three young, anti-capitalist Berlin activists, who call themselves "the Edukators," invade upper-class houses, rearrange the furniture, and leave notes identifying themselves.
- Phantomschmerz (NR) – Wednesday, Feb. 28, 6:30 p.m.
Marc is a passionate cyclist and urban slacker whose life changes in an instant when he loses his left leg in a hit-and-run accident.
This event is supported by the Student Activities Fee as a funded event by the Associated Student Government and is free to all currently enrolled University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, students who pay the student activities fee. For questions about the event or for accommodations due to disability please contact Wanderlust und Gemütlichkeit: The University of Arkansas German Club President, Caroline Potts, at email@example.com, or call 479-575-2951.
Caroline Potts, president
Wanderlust und Gemütlichkeit: German Club (RSO)
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