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Cine Europa 26 is back with 100% physical screenings





Cine Europa 26 is now back with 100% physical screenings!





The EU Delegation and the EU Member States Embassies, together with Goethe Institut

Manila, are proud to present the 26th edition of Cine Europa, from June 16 to July 16,

2023.


Nothing can beat the enjoyment of watching your most-awaited films in cinemas,

cinematheques and outdoor venues. Cine Europa 26 offers you these cinematic treats!

Cine Europa brings 28 multi-awarded films from different EU Member States, as well

as our guest country, Ukraine. These films may be watched onsite in our venue partners

in Metro Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, and Davao.


June 16 to 18: Shangri-la Plaza

June 21 to 23: Film Development Council of the Philippines, Kalaw, Manila

June 24- 25: Cultural Center of the Philippines – Open grounds

June 30 to July 2: Rizal Open Park Auditorium – Luneta Park

July 5 to 7: SM Cinema Cebu

July 8 to 9, and July 12-16: Film Development Council Iloilo

July 14-16: Film Development Council Negros (Bacolod)

July 14-16: Film Development Council Davao


As always, the EU is grateful to its loyal partners - the Film Development Council of the

Philippines, the National Parks and Development Committee, the Cultural Center of the

Philippines, Shangri-La Properties, and SM Cinemas.


Cine Europa 26 opens to the Filipino audience with the film Historja – Stitches for Sapmi

from Sweden, that will be screened at Cinema 3, Red Carpet Cinemas, Shangri-La

Plaza, on 16 June 2023, 7:30pm. This Swedish film is a documentary about the Sami

female artist Britta Marakatt-Labba, whose art showcases the past and the present of Sami

culture, and how reindeer husbandry is being affected by the global climate crisis.


The other films that will be screened at Cine Europa 26 are:


1. Murina, from Croatia and Slovenia, is a coming of age film about a teenager,

her father, and an old friend with a life-changing deal.


2. My Love Affair with Marriage, a co-production from Latvia and Luxembourg

– an animated feature film for adult audiences focusing on young Zelma and

her quest for a perfect love and lasting marriage.


3. Sweat, from Poland, follows Sylwia Zając, a celebrity fitness motivator who is

looking for true intimacy.


4. Rien à Foutre (“Zero Fucks Given”), from Belgium – a fictional film that

follows Cassandra, a flight attendant that was floating through her life until she

is forced to confront situations, she is running from.


5. Ensilumi (“Any Day Now”), from Finland – another fictional film that follows

and Iranian family that lives in a refugee centre and their process of filing for

asylum.


6. Miss Viborg, a film from Denmark about two women from two different

generations that have an unlikely friendship and become companions in healing

and hope. This film was awarded the Best Nordic/Dutch Film Award in the

Santa Barbara International Film Festival.


7. The Cleaners, from Germany – a sinister documentary about the work of

“content moderators”, follows an organisation in Manila that operates in the

industries that require content moderators


8. Szelíd (“Gentle”), from Hungary, is a fictional documentary about a female

bodybuilder whose dream is to win Miss Olympia.


9. Ramona, from Spain, is a comedy about the immortal feud between sense and

sensibility.


10. Io Sto Bene, a co-production between Luxembourg, Germany, Belgium and

Italy that shows parallel destinies and a future full of peace for them both.


11. Dodo, from Greece – a comedy about a dodo bird (species that disappeared 300

years ago) making a reappearance that will spiral a family’s boundaries out of

their control.


12. Róise & Frank, a film from Ireland about a widowed Róise who believes that

a stray dog embodies the spirit of her late husband Frank – a warm-hearted and

witty tale about finding hope in dark places


13. Moi dumky tykhi (“My thoughts are silent”), a Ukrainian film that explores

the eternal problem of parents and children, by showcasing a mother and son

relationship where the son wants to move to a different country.


14. Lyuksemburh, Lyuksemburh (“Luxembourg, Luxembourg”) – a Ukrainian

comedy about two children in search for their father in Luxembourg.


15. Marocco/Mikado, a co-produced drama from Romania and the Czech

Republic about a father-daughter relationship faced with chaos and irreversible

outcomes.


16. OSS 117: From Africa with Love — OSS 117 is France’s finest secret agent

and he’s heading to Africa for what could be the trickiest mission ever!


17. Os Demónios Do Meu Avô, an animated film co-produced by Portugal, Spain

and France that follows Rosa and her journey back to her native village on the

border between Spain and Portugal.


18. Srdce na dlani, a comedy from the Czech Republic about falling in love where

love pays no mind to age or place. It follows the characters as they navigate

through love’s hope and beauty but also its complications and obstacles.


19. Imad’s Barndom (“Imad’s Childhood”) – a documentary co-produced from

Sweden, and Latvia about a family that was released from ISIS captivity and

placed in a displaced persons’ camp in Kurdistan.


20. Golata istina za grupa Zhuguli (“The Naked Truth about Zhugui”), from

Bulgaria – a fictional film about a band who disbanded 30 years before and is

being rounded back together for a 50th anniversary concert.


21. Girl, from Belgium – a film about a 15 year old that dreams about becoming a

ballerina, Lara.


22. Bėgikė (“Runner”), a co-production from Lithuania and the Czech Republic

about Marija and her frantic search for her boyfriend, in what is described as a

story of sacrifice and the achievement of total freedom.


23. Mitra, a film from the Netherlands about Haleh and the woman that betrayed

her and caused the death of her daughter in Iran 37 years ago – a story about

revenge and friendship.


24. Kratt, from Estonia, about a magical creature who will do whatever its master

says, with the quest to buy a soul from the devil.


25. Smagen af sult (“A Taste of Hunger”) from Denmark, about a family, their

gourmet restaurant and their quest for a Michelin Star.


26. Olmo, from Italy – a short story about an 80 year old, Olmo, and his 8 year old

grandson, Giulio, and their search for an old tree


27. Le Variabili Dipendenti, another short from Italy, about two characters, Pietro

and Tommaso, who are curious and are getting to know each other





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