THE German Film Forum will feature one movie each month from January to July, excluding March. The opening film, Farewell to a False Paradise , will be screened tonight, followed by The Curse on February 25, The Glass Sky on April 29, My Name is Bertolt Brecht - Exile in USA on May 27, Waller's Last Walk on June 17 and Yasemin on July 22. Farewell to a False Paradise tells the story of a young Turkish woman, Elif, who is imprisoned for four years for murdering her husband. While in the prison she discovers her true identity. The Curse is an unusual and inventive mixture of horror and eco-film, in which the director uses documentary footages of a landslip in northern Italy for the apocalyptic enactment of an ancient curse on a young girl and her parents. The Glass Sky is the story of Julian, who lives in Paris with his lover and bed-ridden mother, and finds a nightmare is gradually taking over his life. My Name is Bertolt Brecht - Exile in USA is the true story, while Waller's Last Walk is the reminiscences of an elderly track inspector.Yasemin focuses on the conflicting pressures facing a young Turkish girl growing up in Germany. All these films will be shown in the Hong Kong Space Museum Lecture Hall at 7.30 pm. Tickets for the opening movie are $25 and available at URBTIX outlets. Call 734 9009 for reservations and 734 2912 for programme enquiries.