Reflecta is a non-profit organisation that organizes festivals and events with the intention to encourage critical thinking, to support questioning and to pique curiosity about the world in its diversity and complexity. An environment-friendly and social cooperation, as well as cultural diversity, is essential to us and the network around Reflecta. Furthermore, Reflecta is publisher of the sustainable Green City Guide.
Currently at Reflecta
Throwback film festival 2016 in Wiesbaden
We look back to a great and inspiring weekend: The Reflecta Rethink Your World Festival from 23rd to 25th of September at Caligari movie-theatre and cafe Heimathafen in Wiesbaden.
Tomorrow – Die Welt ist voller Lösungen
11th of November 2016 at Zukunftspavillon in Frankfurt – free admission
There are loads of movies, denouncing the problems of our world. And there is „Tomorrow – Die Welt ist voller Lösungen“. The documentary of the french activist and director Cyril Dion and actress Mélanie Laurent – known through „Inglourious Basterds“ – does not judge, but shows a positive change.
Green City Guide
The Green City Guide presents the cities most beautiful, best price, ecological and fair sides. With many shopping tips, cafes and restaurants including ecological and fair products as well as green and cultural tips for hobbies, the Green City Guide is unique and an endless source of information for everybody who is looking for making a fair, ecological and social caring purchase.
Reflecta e.V. has been awarded as a contributor to the UN decade „Education for Sustainable Development“.
“Reflecta – Rethink Your World“ is a non-profit organization, brought to Germany in 2010 by Daniela Mahr, after having been staged as a festival successfully in Spain for a couple of years. Together with like-minded people, the former student from Mainz created a touring exhibition that, by means of movies, music and talks, deals with the relationship between humanity and the environment as well as with identities – subjects that are oftentimes neglected in times of growing demands on the individual and a mechanized everyday life. Our events, which are taking place a few times a year and are mainly organized by voluntary aides, aim at raising visitors’ awareness for different perspectives.