Our next trip through the back roads of the film industry will take us to Romania, with movies that are largely overlooked by mainstream viewers but which should not be missed. Our list comprises a few comedies, one drama, and a documentary movie.
In our Language Movie Summer School we have for you, some great movies from the Netherlands for this weekend. Treat it as an opportunity to practise Dutch. Together with the film from our earlier selection, Winter in Wartime, we are sure you’ll like all of these dramatic films.
To know a country one should live there at least a while. Though there are always shortcuts. This time it’s Poland, almost all films based on real incidents. You might also pick up some of the language while you watch.
Time to visit Russia this summer...if not in reality, surely on the film screen. The list of Russian movies we have prepared for you will introduce you to some classic drama, a true story and a film related to current topics. Sit back and enjoy.
Within our summer language school, we will take a look at Croatia, this week. The history of Croatian cinema is rather short and we bring you films that were made after 2000. Our list represents, some original topics. Here is a range of free-spirited comedies to a drama on the tragic impacts of war.
Italy resonates with summer vibes so what could be better than a vacation in Italy? Can't go this year?...Never mind, our Italian speaking movies will bring Italy to you.
Our summer travel across languages continues and this time we will visit India with five Hindi or a combination of English/Hindi speaking movies. Reserve yourself sufficient time for a long show – they are all worth it.
Summer language school is still on, and those who have no opportunity for some good international exposure, please accept our weekly movie tips as a valid replacement to improve your language skills. With movies in German to fill the upcoming weekend, you'll become a pro.
There is another aspect to foreign language movies, apart from catching up on the language, that is worth mentioning – and that is the brand-new faces. We are beginning this weekend by recommending French lessons in the form of five movies including a few original topics and one historical film.
Today, in our weekly film suggestions, we start with a series of foreign movies. Not only is it a refreshing view into the film industry from next door, but also a great opportunity to improve upon a new language. Spanish movies are the first in the string.