Diversity rules at EUFF 2017
THE 18th European Union Film Festival (EUFF) in Malaysia, starting from Oct 19, will showcase 23 award-winning movies from 17 European countries.
Four of these movies – A Fire at Sea (documentary, Italy) ( right), A Parkolo Car Park (drama, Hungary), Do You See Me? (comedy, Italy) and Happy 140 (comedy, Spain) – will be free for viewing. The other films are: One Hell of a Ride Austria) Tokyo Fiancee Belgium) Cafe Derby (drama, Belgium) Mystery of Green Hill (children’s film, Croatia) Cozy Den (drama, Czech Republic) The Commune (drama, Denmark) Big Game (action-adventure, Finland) Swagger (documentary, France) Coconut Hero (comedy, Germany) Victoria (drama, Germany) Ants on a Shrimp (documentary, the Netherlands) In Line for Anne Frank (documentary, the Netherlands) The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki (bio-pic, Finland) ( below) (documentary, (romantic comedy, The Girl Who Saved My (documentary, Sweden), Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur (documentary, UK) Two Lottery Tickets Romania) Miss Christina (horror, Romania) Planet Single (romantic comedy, Poland) My Life as a Zucchini (stop-motion animation, Switzerland) ( below) The EUFF will take place at selected Golden Screen Cinemas outlets in the Klang Valley from Oct 19 to 29; in George Town (Nov 2-8); Kuching (Nov 16-22); and Kota Kinabalu (Nov 30-Dec 6).
For more, log on to www.euff.com.my or www.gsc.com.my. – S. Indra Sathiabalan Life (comedy,