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European Union Film Festival 2009

 

European Union Film Festival 2009

European cinema is coming to a screen near you!  For the 18th time the European Union Film Festival brings the best of European film to Thailand, offering audiences a world class selection of drama, comedy, romance, suspense and documentary.  24 films from 18 European countries feature in the programme of the 2009 festival.
The EU Film Festival runs in Chiang Mai on 5 to 15 November at The Vista Kad­suankaew and in Bangkok on 19 to 29 at SF World Cinema.
The highlights of the 2009 film festival include feature films which have won multiple prestigious awards such as California Dreaming (Romania), One Beloved Month of August (Portugal), Adventures (Hungary) and Ben X (Belgium).  For the first time there is also a grand selection of documentary films such as Citizen Havel (Czech Republic), Sounds Like Teen Spirit (UK), La Paloma (Germany) and Good Morning Heartache (Italy).
The film festival will open with Zozo, an extraordinary story of the journey of a young Lebanese immigrant to Sweden, based on real life experiences of the film’s director.
Dr. Sigrid Faltin, film director from Germany will attend the screenings of her film “La Paloma Longing Worldwide” in Chiang Mai on 15th and also attend at the opening in Bangkok on the 19th.  The films from Germany, Netherlands and Poland have Thai subtitles; otherwise the films are subtitled in English.
The EU Film Festival 2009 is organised by the Delegation of the European Commission to Thailand and the Embassies and cultural organisations of the EU Member States.
For more information contact Khun Kobkul Ratcha­kitti at the Delegation of the European Commission on Tel:  02 305 2600 ext 2646 / 02 305 2646 or at kobkul. [email protected]

 


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