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Home / German Currents 2021
The 15th annual German Currents festival features some of the best recent films from Germany, most of which make their Los Angeles premieres here. Join us for our opening and closing night screenings at the Los Feliz 3 and Aero Theatre and explore our eclectic virtual program which features a sci-fi thriller, fantasy, indie drama, political satire, documentary, shorts, family fare and more. Several programs will include exclusive pre-recorded introductions and discussions with the filmmakers.
Los Feliz 3 | German Currents Opening Night – U.S. Premiere
Free Screening – RSVP holders will be admitted on a first come, first served basis
$25 all-access pass / $12.00 per film
Virtual Screenings on Eventive | German Currents 2021
New Films from Germany including CLEO, COCOON, CORTEX, CURVEBALL, NO ONE IS WITH THE CALVES, THE CASE YOU and TOO FAR AWAY
$8.00 (member) ; $13.00 (general admission)
Aero Theatre | German Currents Closing Night – West Coast Premiere
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