Cine Europa 15

Cine Europa on it's 15th year has just got bigger! With multiple locations throughout the country, more people can enjoy and learn more of Erope's culture through film.

Thanks to its partnership with the Film Development Council of the Philippines Cine Europa has increased its number of venues from three to six!

As of now the festival is running at the Shangri-La Theater ( 6 to 16 September) who is known for supporting initiatives like these. 

Here are the schedule for the other venues so you can catch them.

Ayala Center in Cebu (21 to 24 September)
Liceo de Cagayan in Cagayan de Oro( 27 to 30 September)
Additional Venues are
FDCP Cinemateque, Davao (4 to 7 October);
FDCP Cinemateque, Baguio (11 to 14 October);
FDCP Cinemateque, Iloilo (18 to 21 October).

Today I watched a short film from France called "Cuddles in the Kitchen" which due to technical difficulties was shown thrice, followed by full length film starring Adam Goldberg called 2 Days in Paris. It was so hilarious that the cinema house was full of laughter!

You can still catch the remaining movies up until the 16th at the Shang so be sure to watch a movie or too. And by the way have I said that this is for FREE!? Just come early as seats are on a first come first serve basis. 

here's the schedule of movies to be screen for the rest of the screenings.

Thursday, September 13, 2012
1:00 pm        Will You Marry Us (Switzerland)
3:00 pm        Father of My Children (France)
6:00 pm        2 Days in Paris (France)
8:10 pm        Everlasting Moments (Sweden)
Friday, September 14, 2012
1:00 pm        Senna (UK)
3:15 pm        Poll (Germany)
6:00 pm        Father of My Children (France)
8:30 pm        Will You Marry Us (Switzerland)

Saturday, September 15, 2012
1:00 pm        Breathing (Austria)
3:00 pm        We Can Do That (Italy)
5:30 pm        Poll (Germany)
8:30 pm       Senna (UK)

Sunday, September 16, 2012
12:30 pm       Turquaze (Belgium)
2:40 pm        The Last Emperor (Italy)
6:00 pm        We Can Do That (Italy)
8:30 pm         Breathing (Austria)

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