Cine Europa goes to Cinematheque

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012


WITH the recent successful staging of the 15th Cine Europa in Manila, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), through its Cinematheque in Baguio, is proud to play host, from October 4 to 20, to the Baguio run of this highly-popular annual festival that brings to Filipino audiences an eclectic array of contemporary European films.

For this year, the following participating countries and respective titles are: Austria (“Atmen”); Belgium (“Turquaze” and “Koko Flanel”); Bulgaria (“Kozelat”); Czech Republic (“Lidice”); Denmark (“Haevnen”); Finland (“Napapiirin Sankarit”); France (“Two Days in Paris” and “Le Pere de Mes Enfants”); Germany (“Poll”); Italy (“Si Puo Fare” and “L’Ultimo Imperatore”); The Netherlands (“Sonny Boy”); Norway (“Upperdog”); Romania (“Nunta in Basarabia” and “Restul e Tacere”); Slovakia (“Legenda o Lietajucom Cyprianovi”); Spain (“Planes para Manana”); Sweden (“Maria Larssons Eviga Ogonblick”); Switzerland (“Die Standesbeamtin”); and United Kingdom (“Senna”).

The bringing of the 15th Cine Europa to the Baguio Cinematheque emanates from the FDCP’s Cinema Cultural Exchange Program that sets out to bridge nations and cultures through the medium of film.

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Expected to grace the opening ceremonies along with FDCP officials are Ambassadors to different European nations.

All screenings are free.

For more information, please contact the Cinematheque Baguio at cinemathequebaguio@fdcp.ph. Visit www.fdcp.ph. (PR)

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on October 02, 2012.

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