On its 15th Edition, Cine Europa will held its screening on Sept 6 to 16 in Shang Cineplex, Cinema 2. And for the first time, they will also showcase three Philippine films and one documentary with European connections to promote better understanding between Europeans and Filipinos. Those are Paglipad ng Anghel (Clodualdo del Mundo Jr), Bakal Boys, MNL 143 and Kano, a documentary.
I am looking forward to watch Slovakia's “Legenda o Lietajucom Cyprianovi” Flying Cyprian, starring Mark Igonda, Pawel Malaszynski, Alexander Domogarov, Radoslav Brzobohaty. Directed by Nae Caranfil.
Please take note that:
It is FREE ADMISSION.
Seats are on first-come, first-serve basis.
Film ratings may be confirmed at the ticket office.
Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.
There will also be some screening in the following cities and provinces:
- Ayala Center in Cebu (Sept 21-24)
- Liceo de Cagayan in Cagayan de Oro ( Sept. 27-30)
- FDCP Cinemateque-Davao (Oct. 4-7)
- FDCP Cinemateque-Baguio (Oct. 11-14)
- FDCP Cinemateque- Iloilo (Oct. 18-21).
The 17 countries participating in the 2012 Cine Europa are:
- Austria (“Atmen”);
- Belgium (“Turquaze” and “Koko Flanel”);
- Bulgaria (“Kozelat”);
- Czech Republic (“Lidice”);
- Denmark (“Haevnen”);
- Finland (“Napapiirin Sankarit”);
- France (“Two Days in Paris” and “Le Pere de Mes Enfants”);
- Germany (“Poll”);
- Italy (“Si Puo Fare” and “L’Ultimo Imperatore”);
- The Netherlands (“Sonny Boy”);
- Norway (“Upperdog”);
- Romania (“Nunta in Basarabia” and “Restul e Tacere”);
- Slovakia (“Legenda o Lietajucom Cyprianovi”);
- Spain (“Planes para Manana”);
- Sweden (“Maria Larssons Eviga Ogonblick”);
- Switzerland (“Die Standesbeamtin”); and
- United Kingdom (“Senna”).