Jewcy Movies - from June 18th to 23rd, the Jewish Film Festival offers an international film program - in Berlin, Potsdam and other cities in the state of Brandenburg. The films show the diverse, lively Jewish cultural scene and provide an extraordinary insight into Jewish life around the world.

We invite especially school classes of Sek I and II as well as youth groups to visit the Jewish Film Festival Berlin and Brandenburg!


Admission for pupils: 4 EUR
This years films for the educational programme are

Heather Dune Macadam, US 2023, 90 Min
In 1942 the first women were deported to Auschwitz. They were 999 Jewish women from Slovakia. Employing a mixture of drawings created in the camp, film scenes, photographs, archive recordings and interviews with contemporary witnesses, this documentary evolves into a chronicle of the mass murder in Auschwitz - narrated from a female perspective.


Roman Shumunov, IL 2023, 80 min
Almost a million people from the former Soviet Union immigrated to Israel in the 1990s. A shocking experience, especially as a child. Growing up between Russian-speaking parents and a society that was at least ambivalent towards the new arrivals, the children from back then shed light on an important part of Israeli immigration history.

For more infomation and tickets please contact Charlotte Kühn:


Teachers Day

Part of the program will include input and introduction to Jewish film, a film screening from the festival program, an in-depth Q&A with the filmmaker(s), and the pedagogical integration of films in the classroom.
Further information about the cooperation partner VISION KINO can be found below.
inquiries via e mail to Charlotte Kühn

Our cooperation partners:

Alexander House
The Alexander Haus e.V. was founded in 2013 by local residents of Groß Glienicke and members of the Alexander family. The goal is to develop the Alexander House into a place for education and reconciliation. The original summer house is to be restored and the property further developed so that it can be used for a diverse and rich program in the areas of education and reconciliation. To this end, the association is working with many local people, associations, German and international partners, supported by local, state and federal authorities as well as international organizations and foundations.

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VISION KINO is a non-profit organization for the promotion of film and media literacy among children and young people. It is supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, the German Federal Film Board, the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek as well as the "Kino macht Schule" GbR, consisting of the Verband der Filmverleiher e.V., the HDF Kino e.V., the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Kino - Gilde deutscher Filmkunsttheater e.V. and the Bundesverband kommunale Filmarbeit e.V. Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has taken over the patronage of VISION KINO.
The goal and task of VISION KINO is, as part of cultural youth education and within the framework of an overarching media literacy, to strengthen in particular the film literacy of children and young people and at the same time to sensitize them to the cultural location and original place of reception of film, the cinema.

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