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This year again, the European Union in Jordan fully supports Karama Human Rights Film Festival, the r eference cultural event in the # HumanRights agenda in Jordan. Seventy movie screenings, Q&A with directors, actors & producers, music performances, panel discussions on Human Rights issues
An Italian-Filipino co-production, "The Lease" topbilled this year's Cine Europa screenings at the Film Development Council of the Philippines in Kalaw, Manila. The film is directed by Paolo Bertola and stars Ruben Maria Soriquez and Garie Conception. Both Paolo and Ruben are special
European Film Festival 2018, soon to be launched in Armenia, shall give the audience a chance to enjoy new award-winning films from 11 European countries. Film screenings will take place in Yerevan, Gyumri, and Dilijan.
For the first time, this November, Kiwis and Irish alike, will come together to celebrate everything Irish with a massive four-day celebration, with over sixty events, across three cities, as part of the inaugural NZ Irish Fest. From the 15 th – 18 th November, three celebrated songwriters will
The press conference on the European Film Festival 2018 was held today at VAMDAS Entertainment. Ambassador Johan Borgstam has made the opening speech. EU Ambassadors, Heads of EU Cultural Institutes and representatives of 11 media agencies were present. The Grand opening of this film festival
As Heads of State and Government from 53 Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) partners gather for the 12th ASEM Summit (ASEM12) in Brussels this October, the creativity and cultural diversity of Asia and Europe will also be highlighted through a festival of dance, digital art, film, music, theatre and visual
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The European Film Festival returns to Yangon from 21- 30 September 2018. The 27th edition of the European Film Festival presents the most ambitious programme yet, with award-winning movies from 17 European countries.
The Latin America & Spain Film Festival (LASFF) is a cultural event dedicated to contemporary cinematographic productions from Latin America and Spain. This year there are 11 participating nations: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Spain and Uruguay.
Always wanted to know more about Dutch culture? This is your chance! From September to November the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands organizes a free film festival across New Zealand. The three films that will be screened are Why We Cycle, Tulipani and Soof 1. The Why We Cycle screenings