EU film fest features Danish, Finnish flicks

The Sixth European Union Film Festival Brings Fresh New Movies to Chinese Audiences

The Sixth European Union Film Festival will be launched on 1st November 2013, featuring 22 carefully curated films to screen during November for the first time in China on nine big screens in Beijing, Chengdu, and Shenzhen.
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The EUFF, presented by the Delegation of the European Union to China, returns to Megabox Cinemas, Broadway Cinemas, Stellar Cinemas, The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, The Cervantes Institute in Beijing, The Polish Cultural Center, and the Italian Cultural Institute. All films will be screened with Chinese subtitles, and with English subtitles too, wherever possible.

This year ‘s fresh film line-up, to be screened at commercial venues and cultural institutes includes:

“Museum Hours”, from Austria;

“Approved for Adoption” from Belgium;

“Kalabush” from Cyprus;

“Little Otik” from the Czech Republic;

“This Life” from Denmark;

“Beauty and the Bastard” from Finland;

“Donoma” from France;

“The Stroller Strategy” from France;

“Winter’s Daughter” from Germany;

“The Guide” from Greece;

“Tragedy of Man” from Hungary;

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