By young people for young people: in suspenseful presentations, children and teens introduce themes and objects of the exhibition at the DFF – Deutsches Filmmuseum & Filminstitut, or German Film Museum and Film Institute. In the process, we get wise to Darth Vader and his tricks, pester an alien, and learn that a little miracle drum of 1834 can generate moving pictures and isn’t really all that different from a cell phone. And we see how a mask can change not only a face but the entire person behind it. The DFF – Deutsches Filmmuseum & Filminstitut brings cinema and film history to life in its exhibitions. A cinema forms the museum’s core, and ordinarily shows films for young people every Friday and Sunday afternoon. For as long as the programme is cancelled due to COVID-19, you can learn more about the museum in these short videos.
A playground for films
Brand new: At filmspielplatz.de you’ll find short films for viewing and instructions for shooting your own film. You can bring figures to life, make your own animated cartoon, build a home film studio …
The website was created by the DFF – Deutsches Filmmuseum & Filminstitut and the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin.
You’re in for some fun!
KUFTI DIGITAL – DIE UMWELT ERFORSCHEN MIT DEM JUNGEN MUSEUM
The exhibition shows how our actions affect the entire planet and how to solve urgent problems. It also encourages you to inform yourself and form your own opinion.
KUFTI DIGITAL – BUILD A BEE MUSEUM WITH THE MUSEUM ANGEWANDTE KUNST
The Museum Angewandte Kunst – or Museum of Applied Art – is a place of possibility and discovery.
KUFTI DIGITAL – GET CREATIVE WITH THE WELTKULTUREN MUSEUM
The Weltkulturen Museum – or World Culture Museum – focusses on stories from all over the world.