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2nd Annual European Union Film Festival in China

Following the great success of the first Annual EU Film Festival in China, held in Beijing in December 2008, we are pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual EU Film Festival in China will take place from November 5th to December 4th, 2009. This year the film festival is expanding and will take place in two cities: Beijing and Chengdu.

The Ambassador of Sweden Mikael Lindström and EU Ambassador Serge Abou will hold a press conference to launch the festival in Beijing:

Time: Wednesday 14th October at 3 pm.

Place: French Cultural Centre, Gongti Xilu 18. Chaoyang District

The film festival, which is financed by the Delegation of the European Commission to China and supported by the Swedish Presidency, invites all 27 EU Member States to showcase one recent, popular and successful film, and such a wide and diverse selection will enable the Chinese general public to discover the new faces of European cinema. Each movie will be shown twice in Beijing and once in Chengdu, with screenings at the Centre Culturel Français (French Cultural Centre), the Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute), the Istituto Italiano di Cultura (the Italian Institute of Culture), the Polish Embassy, the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, the German Embassy School and the Broadway Moma Cinemathèque in Beijing; the screenings in Chengdu will take place at the Stellar Yingdu Cinema.

Each film will be screened in the original language with English and Chinese subtitles.

 

Feature Films (subject to change):

Austria: Mozart in China by Bernd Neuburger & Nadja Seelich (94 min, Family)
Belgium: Formidable (Lollypop Men) by Dominique Standaert (90 min, Drama) (TBC)
Bulgaria: Voenen korespondent (War Correspondent) by Kostadin Bonev (90 min, Drama)
Cyprus: O teleftaios gyrismos (The Last Homecoming) by Korina Avraamidou (85 min, Romance / Drama)
Czech Republic: Zelary by Ondřej Trojan (150 min, Romance / Drama)
Denmark : Fighter by Natasha Arthy (90 to 100 min, Drama)
Estonia: Taarka by Ain Mäeots (95 min, Biography / Comedy / Drama / Musical)
Finland: Tummien perhosten koti (The Home of Dark Butterflies) by Dome Karukoski (105 min, Drama)
France: Séraphine by Martin Provost (121 to 125 min, Biography / Drama / War)
Germany: Novemberkind (November Child) by Christian Schwochow (95 min, Drama)
Greece: Gynaikeies synomosies (Women's conspiracy) by Vassilis Vafeas (107 min, Comedy /  Drama)
Hungary: Kaméleon (Chameleon) by Krisztina Goda (106 min, Comedy / Drama /  Thriller)
Ireland: The secret of Kells by Tomm Moore & Nora Twomey (75 min, Animation / Adventure)
Italy: Chaos calmo (Quiet Chaos) by Antonio Luigi Grimaldi (105 min, Drama / Romance)
Latvia: Vogelfrei by Janis Kalejs, Janis Putnins, Gatis Smits & Anna Viduleja (95 min, Drama)
Luxembourg: Les fourmis rouges (Red ants) by Stéphan Carpiaux (95 min, Drama)
Malta: Magdalene by Rebecca Cremona (25 min, Short / Drama)
Netherlands: TBS (Nothing to lose) by Pieter Kuijpers (88 min, Crime / Thriller)
Poland: Lejdis (Ladies) by Tomasz Konecki (134 min, Comedy)
Portugal: Olho Negro (Goodnight Irene) by Paolo Marinou-Blanco (98min, Drama/Comedy)
Romania: Supravietuitorul (The Survivor) by Sergiu Nicolaescu (Crime)
Slovakia: Polcas rozpadu (Half-Life Decay) by Vlado Fischer (105 min, Comedy / Drama)
Slovenia: Prehod (Transition) by Boris Palčič (86 min, Horror / Thriller)
Spain: Amateurs by Gabriel Velázquez (88 min, Drama)
Sweden: Ondskan (Evil) by Mikael Håfström (113 min, Drama)
UK: Flood by Tony Mitchell (110 min, Action / Drama / Thriller) (TBC)

Screening information: All screenings are free and on a first come first seated basis. Doors will open 30minutes before each screening. No advance registration. Please note the specific security requirements for each location :

  • The Cinema of the Polish Embassy (1 Ritan lu, inside the Embassy)

For more information: poland.culture@yahoo.pl
A passport or Id will be required to enter. Please arrive 20 minutes before the screening time. Prior registration is required by emailing your first and last names one day before the screening to:  poland.culture@yahoo.pl. 

  • German Embassy School (49A Liangmaqiao Lu)

For more information: http://www.dspeking.net.cn/
A passport or Id will be required to enter.

  • Istituto Italiano di Cultura (2, sanlitun dong er jie) 

For more information: http://www.iicpechino.esteri.it/
A passport or Id will be required to enter.

  • Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (798 Art District, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Lu)

For more information: http://www.ucca.org.cn/

  • Centre Culturel Français (18, Gongti xi lu)  

For more information: http://www.ccfpekin.org/

  • Instituto Cervantes (N°A1, Gongti nan lu)

For more information: http://pekin.cervantes.es/

  • Broadway Cinematheque MOMA (Dongzhimen, 1 xiang he yuan rd, building T4)

Website in construction, will be given during the press conference

  • Stellar Yingdu Multiplex, Chengdu (Chengdu, N.75 xiaxi shuncheng Rd.)

For more information: www.xingmei520.com

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Art Genesis is a dynamic Sino-French team, whose members are all trilingual in French, English and Chinese. Art Genesis specializes in organizing events and especially film festivals. Art Genesis director Christine Pernin has managed the French Film Panorama in China for 7 years and the EU Film Festival for 2 years.

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