The EU Delegation and the EU Member States Embassies together with Goethe Institut Manila, the Philippine-Italian Association and Instituto Cervantes de Manila are proud to present Cine Europa 24 from September 1 to 29.
As everyone put premium on everyone’s health and safety, the pandemic did not stop the film festival but turned a challenge into an opportunity as we started screening online to reach all Filipinos.
This year, Cine Europa brings 17 films from 15 EU Member States for free and are accessible right at the flick of the fingertips upon signing up at www.cineeuropaph.com.
Despite the virtual environment, Cine Europa will maintain its strong relations with its loyal patrons including those from the various provinces across the country. Cine Europa continues to stand proud with its strong partnership with the Film Development Council in the Philippines.
The EU Delegation, the European Union Member States Embassies together with Goethe-Institut, Instituto Cervantes de Manila and the Philippine-Italian Association, have curated a set of award-wining films showing the diversity of the European culture.
The French film, “Les Parfums” was earlier launched August on 26. The funny film directed by Grégory Magne, revolves around diva Mme Anne and her new driver Guillame. A self-centered woman she is, Anne, is faced by his candid driver who respects her but at the same time is bluntly honest and dares to refuse her unreasonable demands. This comic story will surely make you laugh!
The other films everyone can find in this 24th edition of the film festival are: “Vlastníci (Owners)” from the Czech Republic, “Catwalk” from Sweden, “El Cuadro (The Painting)” from Spain, “O Que Arde (Fire Will Come)” a co-production of Spain, France and Luxembourg, “The Lure” from Poland, “Nos Batailles (Our Struggles)” from Belgium, “Trezon” from Hungary, “Vores mand i Amerika (The Good Traitor)” from Denmark.
Also included in Cine Europa are “I Doulia tis (Her Job)” from Greece, “La Madre (The Mother)” from Italy, “The Warden” from The Netherlands, “Einer wie Erika (Erik and Erika)” from Austria, “Acasă (My Home)” from Romania, “Aurora” from Finland, ” Kokon (Cocoon)” from Germany, and “Das Vorspiel (The Audition)” which is a co-production between Germany and France.
To watch all these exciting films, come and register at www.cineeuropaph.com.