The 7th Festival of European Film will take place at the EU Info Centre in Belgrade from January 30 to February 8.
A total of 27 films will be screened – feature films, short feature films, documentaries and animated films.
Two films will officially open the Festival – the Romanian “Birthday”, which will be screened on January 30 at 18:00h and the Croatian film “Trampoline”, which will be screened at 20:00h.
Since Romania started its presidency of the European Union on January 1, the audience will be greeted by the Romanian Ambassador to Serbia, Oana-Kristina Popa and Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Serbia, Sem Fabrizi before the screening of the Romanian film.
Films will be showcased every day of the Festival, from 18:00 until 20:00h.
The admission is free but an e-mail reservation of tickets is required – the booking can be done via email [email protected], or by phone on 011/404-5400. Reserved tickets must be collected at the EU Info Centre within 24 hours of the booking.
The European Film Festival is organized by the Delegation of the European Union and the EU Info Centre in cooperation with the European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC).
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