Select Page

~ 42 films, 6 genres, 36 languages, 50+ awards & selections, representing 27 Member States and Partner Countries; 15 remarkable female directors will feature in the Festival line-up, offering trailblazing and evocative perspectives ~

Offering a mesmerizing cinematic fair, the European Union Film Festival 2020 is all set to kick-off on November 5th across the country. Keeping in tune with the sentiment of the on-going situation, the festival has gone digital and will be available for film patrons and cinephiles at the tap of their screens, while also offering them the liberty to stream the movies at their convenience through 30 November.

Bifurcated across 4 categories (mentioned below), the festival is curated by Veronica Flora along with Valerio Caruso, Director of Cineuropa. Hosting 42 critically-acclaimed films that explore unique stories, experiences, and histories with artistic storytelling from across Europe, celebrating the most recent cinematic triumphs at Cannes, Locarno, Venice, Berlin and San Sebastian, amongst others; the Festival will leave film aficionados spellbound.

The virtual Festival will be available to stream on Festival Scope. To know more, visit euffindia.com

The festival line-up:

 

Genre

MoviesDirectorsCountry
EURORAMA: EUROPEAN CINEMA TODAY (27 films)
DramaThe Ground Beneath My FeetMarie KreutzerAustria
DramaAlone at My WeddingMarta BergmanBelgium
DramaRoundsStephan KomandarevBulgaria
DramaMareAndrea StakaCroatia
ComedySmuggling HendrixMarios PiperidesCyprus
 DocumentaryForman vs. FormanJakub Hejna, Helena TrestikovaCzechia
 DocumentaryCold Case HammarskjöldMads BrüggerDenmark
DramaThe Little ComradeMoonika SiimetsEstonia
ComedyAuroraMiia TervoFinland
ComedyArab BluesManele LabidiFrance
DramaExileVisar MorinaGermany
DramaPariSiamak EtemadiGreece
DramaGenesisÁrpád BogdánHungary
ComedyExtra OrdinaryMike Ahern, Enda LoughmanIreland
DramaMartin EdenPietro MarcelloItaly
DramaMellow MudRenārs VimbaLatvia
DramaInvisibleIgnas JonyasLithuania
ComedyTel Aviv On FireSameh ZoabiLuxembourg
DramaInstinctHalina ReijnNetherlands
DramaCorpus ChristiJan KomasaPoland
DramaListenAna Rocha de SousaPortugal
DramaOne Step Behind the SeraphimDaniel SanduRomania
ComedySummer RebelsMartina SakováSlovakia
DramaDon’t Forget to BreatheMartin TurkSlovenia
AnimationBuñuel in the Labyrinth of the TurtlesSalvador SimóSpain
DramaAnd Then We DancedLevan AtkinSweden
DramaBeyond the HorizonDelphine LehericeSwitzerland
MASTERPIECES OF EUROPEAN CINEMA (7 films)
DramaPersonaIngmar BergmanSweden
DramaAli: Fear Eats the SoulRainer Werner FassbinderWest Germany
DramaCléo From 5 to 7Agnès VardaFrance
DramaI Knew Her WellAntonio PietrangeliItaly
DramaThe Exterminating AngelLuis BuñuelMexico
DramaThree Colours: BlueKrzysztof KieślowskiFrance
DramaLoves of a BlondeMilos FormanCzechoslovakia
POETRY ON SCREEN: SATYAJIT RAY & CHAITANYA TAMHANE (2 films)

 

DramaCourtChaitanya TamhaneIndia
DramaAparajitoSatyajit RayIndia
CLIMATE CHANGE: 6 SHORTS 
Short film FictionMegha’s DivorceNila Madhab PandaIndia
Short film DocumentaryQurutShahrbanoo SadatAfghanistan
Short film DocumentaryTuã InguguDaniela ThomasBrazil
Short film FictionOlmoSilvio SoldiniItaly
Short film DocumentaryHungry SeagullLeon WangChina
Short film FictionA Sunny DayFAOUZI  BENSAÏDIMorocco

~ 42 films, 6 genres, 36 languages, 50+ awards & selections, representing 27 Member States and Partner Countries; 15 remarkable female directors will feature in the Festival line-up, offering trailblazing and evocative perspectives ~

 

Offering a mesmerizing cinematic fair, the European Union Film Festival 2020 is all set to kick-off on November 5th across the country. Keeping in tune with the sentiment of the on-going situation, the festival has gone digital and will be available for film patrons and cinephiles at the tap of their screens, while also offering them the liberty to stream the movies at their convenience through 30 November.

 

Bifurcated across 4 categories (mentioned below), the festival is curated by Veronica Flora along with Valerio Caruso, Director of Cineuropa. Hosting 42 critically-acclaimed films that explore unique stories, experiences, and histories with artistic storytelling from across Europe, celebrating the most recent cinematic triumphs at Cannes, Locarno, Venice, Berlin and San Sebastian, amongst others; the Festival will leave film aficionados spellbound.

 

The virtual Festival will be available to stream on Festival Scope. To know more, visit euffindia.com

 

The festival line-up:

 

Genre

MoviesDirectorsCountry
EURORAMA: EUROPEAN CINEMA TODAY (27 films)
DramaThe Ground Beneath My FeetMarie KreutzerAustria
DramaAlone at My WeddingMarta BergmanBelgium
DramaRoundsStephan KomandarevBulgaria
DramaMareAndrea StakaCroatia
ComedySmuggling HendrixMarios PiperidesCyprus
 DocumentaryForman vs. FormanJakub Hejna, Helena TrestikovaCzechia
 DocumentaryCold Case HammarskjöldMads BrüggerDenmark
DramaThe Little ComradeMoonika SiimetsEstonia
ComedyAuroraMiia TervoFinland
ComedyArab BluesManele LabidiFrance
DramaExileVisar MorinaGermany
DramaPariSiamak EtemadiGreece
DramaGenesisÁrpád BogdánHungary
ComedyExtra OrdinaryMike Ahern, Enda LoughmanIreland
DramaMartin EdenPietro MarcelloItaly
DramaMellow MudRenārs VimbaLatvia
DramaInvisibleIgnas JonyasLithuania
ComedyTel Aviv On FireSameh ZoabiLuxembourg
DramaInstinctHalina ReijnNetherlands
DramaCorpus ChristiJan KomasaPoland
DramaListenAna Rocha de SousaPortugal
DramaOne Step Behind the SeraphimDaniel SanduRomania
ComedySummer RebelsMartina SakováSlovakia
DramaDon’t Forget to BreatheMartin TurkSlovenia
AnimationBuñuel in the Labyrinth of the TurtlesSalvador SimóSpain
DramaAnd Then We DancedLevan AtkinSweden
DramaBeyond the HorizonDelphine LehericeSwitzerland
MASTERPIECES OF EUROPEAN CINEMA (7 films)
DramaPersonaIngmar BergmanSweden
DramaAli: Fear Eats the SoulRainer Werner FassbinderWest Germany
DramaCléo From 5 to 7Agnès VardaFrance
DramaI Knew Her WellAntonio PietrangeliItaly
DramaThe Exterminating AngelLuis BuñuelMexico
DramaThree Colours: BlueKrzysztof KieślowskiFrance
DramaLoves of a BlondeMilos FormanCzechoslovakia
POETRY ON SCREEN: SATYAJIT RAY & CHAITANYA TAMHANE (2 films)

 

DramaCourtChaitanya TamhaneIndia
DramaAparajitoSatyajit RayIndia
CLIMATE CHANGE: 6 SHORTS 
Short film FictionMegha’s DivorceNila Madhab PandaIndia
Short film DocumentaryQurutShahrbanoo SadatAfghanistan
Short film DocumentaryTuã InguguDaniela ThomasBrazil
Short film FictionOlmoSilvio SoldiniItaly
Short film DocumentaryHungry SeagullLeon WangChina
Short film FictionA Sunny DayFAOUZI  BENSAÏDIMorocco