"Soul Kitchen" Film Screening at Burton Theatre, Canberra Grammar School

25 Nov 2010

Das Zentrum is pleased to show "Soul Kitchen", the 2009 German comedy film that has attracted so much attention. Auf Deutsch (versteht sich), mit englischen Untertiteln (versteht sich).

When?: Thursday 25 November at 6:30 PM for refreshments (film starts at 7:30 PM)

Where?: Burton Theatre, Canberra Grammar School (enter the car park off Alexander Street, Red Hill and walk down the driveway that leaves from the north-western corner of the car park)

How much?: $10 (no further concessions) This admission price covers hot and cold finger food and drinks before the film begins. Served in the foyer of the International Centre at the end of the driveway.

How long?: The film lasts 99 minutes, so we should finish by 9:15 PM.

"Soul Kitchen" opened the 17th Filmfest Hamburg, celebrating its German premiere. For Festival Director Albert Wiederspiel "Soul Kitchen" signifies "a declaration of love for the metropolis of Hamburg. This good-humoured film about the city's different cultures and subcultures makes you proud to live in Hamburg. Filmfest Hamburg could not have hoped for a better opening film." The film was screened simultaneously in 3 fully packed cinemas, to an enthusiastic audience with lots of scene applauses and collective laughter. If you'd like to know more about the film, go to: http://www.soul-kitchen-film.com/?l=en

Film is rated MA15+ [sex scene].