In cooperation with Filmbüro Göttingen

The last ART AFTER WORK of the current exhibition is a real highlight, as in addition to the exhibition tour we have Filmbüro Göttingen as guest and link Göttingen as a film city!


5.30 p.m. Short guided tour “Films that stay in memory”
6.30 p.m. Lecture “75 Years of Göttingen as a Film City”, Sven Schreivogel/ Filmbüro Göttingen
Until 8 p.m. Wine in the Forum (Top Floor)


During the short guided tour, you will be able to share your very own perspectives on the subject of film posters with a freelance art mediator. To which films do you have an emotional connection and why? Why are there film posters that we can’t get out of our heads? In a dialogue-based tour, there will be enough room for interesting conversations and perspectives before you can continue the evening with a glass of wine (included) in the forum of the Kunsthaus.

Shooting car scences in front of running screens: Heinz Erhardt in »Natürlich die Autofahrer«, 1959 ©Slg. Karl-May-Archiv Göttingen

At 6.30 pm, we will kick off this year’s 75th anniversary of Göttingen as a film city: following on from the exhibition and the Göttingen representatives of the German post-war film industry presented there, film expert Sven Schreivogel will give exciting insights into Göttingen’s history as an important location for former film productions.

Participation in this event costs 12€ (glass of wine included).

We look forward to your registration at


Kunsthaus Göttingen, Düstere Straße 7, 37073 Göttingen


Image top: Der müde Theodor, 1957 ©Slg. Städtisches Museum Göttingen

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