Win­dows to Europe

> The 17th Euro­pean Film Fes­ti­val in­vites you to learn more about the coun­tries in this con­ti­nent through the 21 films pre­sented

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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, 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 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.

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