French German movie night: Nov. 6th at Società Dante Alighieri
Let’s celebrate these 50 years of friendship with the screening of “Hanna Schygülla, Whatever the dream is”, a tribute to German actress Hanna Schygülla who is a legend of German cinema. This 2012 poetic documentary by French Director Anne Imbert is in French with English subtitles.
The event, which is organized jointly by the Consulates of France and Germany and supported by Eurochannel, will be hosted by Società Dante Alighieri.
It is free and open to all.
Venue: Società Dante Alighieri, 300 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134- Tel : 305-529-6633 - http://dantemiami.org/main.html
Date: Wednesday November 6th, 2013 at 7:00 pm.
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*On 22 January 1963, French General de Gaulle and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer committed to embark on the road of reconciliation between France and Germany to steer towards mutual understanding and closer cooperation. For the two countries it was a historic moment, charged with emotions. General de Gaulle and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer knew that they would be shaping the future course of Franco-German relations, and of European integration.
In 1963, Adenauer said in French: “Without this treaty, there would be no union in Europe. The methods may change, but the most important thing has been laid down, and that’s why we may never lose the trust of friends”.
Since then, Franco-German relations have grown exponentially in all fields: politics, security, economy, youth exchanges, cultural and intellectual exchanges and sports!
Article published October 14, 2013.