Our EU Film Festival continues with two Los Angeles premieres. Following the Luxembourg Film Festival's Best Animated Short “The Light Eater” is Austrian writer-director Peter Brunner’s calm meditation on loss and grief, THOSE WHO FALL HAVE WINGS, a Karlovy Vary Film FestivalSpecial Jury Prize winner.
Our EU Film Festival continues with two more Los Angeles premieres. French Palme d’Or nominee “Sunday Lunch” is a hilarious animated short, followed by SUNTAN, about a 40-something doctor on a small Greek island who falls head over heels for a younger woman when the summer tourist season hits.
As our EU Film Festgival continues, Spain's Goya-winning short “The Runner” makes its Los Angeles premiere, followed by the world premiere of writer-director Snjezana Tribuson’s ALL THE BEST, a Christmas tale with poisoning from Croatia.
STARRING EUROPE: NEW FILMS FROM THE EU 2016
Documentary Double Feature! Director Aldona Watts In Person!
Two fascinating documentaries make their Los Angeles premieres as our EU Film Festival continues. From Lithuania, LAND OF SONGS, focuses on a small group of elderly women determined to keep their village’s ancient folk-singing traditions alive. THE LAST BLACK SEA PIRATES profiles a small group of men living off the grid on Bulgaria's beaches hoping to find gold buried since the days of the Ottoman Empire. Discussion between films with LAND OF SONGS director Aldona Watts.
As our EU Film Festival continues, Latvian short “Papa” makes its Los Angeles premiere, followed by renowned Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski's return to the screen, 11 MINUTES. a fast-paced, high-energy look at modern-day Warsaw built from seemingly unrelated 11-minute vignettes.
Our EU Film Festival continues with two more Los Angeles premieres. Estonian short “Take Off” takes off from a science-fiction premise, while German feature AS WE WERE DREAMING follows a rowdy group of East German youths shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall.