1 of 2 2 of 2(This story is sponsored by the.)Festivals look a little different this year. That’s due to the fact that occasions can now be enjoyed from your sofa, with your beloved family pets, while you’re wrist deep in a pint of ice-cream.
This year, the popular European Union Movie Festival (EUFF) has browsed the web and will be readily available to audiences throughout Canada from November 13 to 29.
The Cinematheque in Vancouver, the Canadian Movie Institute, and the EUFF in Toronto, have actually teamed up with the Delegation of the European Union and the Embassies and Consulates of EU Member States to provide the first-ever online edition of the EUFF in Canada.As described in
the Vancouver Sun, the celebration is “an entertaining celebration of the variety, creativity, and achievements of contemporary European filmmaking.”
The EUFF offers Canadians the opportunity to check out and delight in the very best of contemporary European cinema. Some of the entertaining movies included in this year’s celebration consist of:
is an Irish comedy/drama that follows main character Daniel Murphy who is left in charge of a remains of somebody he never ever knew. He must get a casket from his home in Clonakilty and transport it to Rathlin Island.Slovenian romance
film Don’t Forget to Breathe(initially known as Ne pozabi dihati)is filled with feeling and reckless behavior as 15-year-old Klemen navigates his sensations towards classmate Sonja. Don’t Forget to Breathe(Slovenia)” > Do Not Forget to Breathe(Slovenia )The Polish medical thriller,, is a story about a sociopathic military physician in the beginning of the 20th century as he tries to utilize clinical experiments to garner power. The movie explores the ethical limits of medicine and science.Belgian movie is a comedy/drama that exposes how the last
King of the Belgians became the first Emperor of Europe. This motion picture was previously included in the Toronto International Film Festival. is a Swedish comedy based upon an unique by Fredrik Backman
(A Man Called Ove). The movie follows 63-year-old Britt-Marie as she tries to find herway after leaving her husband and role as a doting housewife. This is a must-see film for those who like a good laugh. All flicks featured in this year’s EUFF will be readily available in their
original language with the alternative of subtitles in English. for the full lineup of films.To purchase your tickets to the online festival or for more details, see For
updates, follow the European Union Film Celebration on,, and.