Windows to Europe
> The 17th European Film Festival invites you to learn more about the countries in this continent through the 21 films presented
Silence (Ireland) Tale of a Lake (Finland) Scouting For Zebras (Belgium) Violet (Belgium) Pioneer (Norway) Brides (Greece) Of the 21 films presented at the festival, four – Living is Easy with Eyes Closed, Have You Ever Been on the Moon, Dreams of a Life and Children of Glory – are free for the public.
Coupons for these free screenings can be printed or downloaded on a smartphone from euff.com.my, and redeemed at participating GSC ticketing counters, subject to availability.
EUFF tickets are sold at RM8 (normal seats inclusive of GST). Tickets can be purchased via GSC E-payment at www.gsc.com. my, GSC Mobile Apps or at participating GSC outlets.
The 17th EUFF will take place at selected GSC outlets in the Klang Valley starting tomorrow till Oct 30, George Town (from Nov 3 to 9), Kuching (from Nov 17 to 23), and Kota Kinabalu (Dec 1 to 7).
The EUFF is organised by the Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia, in collaboration with embassies and cultural institutions of 17 European Union member states, Norway and Switzerland.
For more, visit the GSC Malaysia website and the European Union Film Festival website.
(from left) Hickey, Fernandez and Sammartino at the launch of the European Union Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur.
Films featured include (clockwise from left) Living is Easy with Eyes Closed; Dreams of a Life; Heidi; and Children of Glory.