KCB showcases the best European films of 2016

The Cultural Centre of Belgrade (Kulturni Centar Beograda) will have a screening of the most popular European films in 2016 from 1st to 10th January, 2017.

The audiences will be able to see German Kral’s documentary “One Last Tango” (“Un Tango Más”) (jointly produced by Germany and Argentina), the new Pedro Almodovar’s film “Julieta”, Nanni Moretti’s “My mother”, “Prom” by Romanian film director Christian Mungiu who received the best director award at the Cannes Film Festival and the Oscar-nominated film by Deniz Gamze Ergüven “Mustang”.

The audiences will also enjoy in films like “I, Daniel Blake”, directed by Ken Loach who won the Golden Palm in Cannes, the Gianfranco Rosi documentary “Fire at sea” which won the Golden Bear for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival, “45 years” by Andrew Haigh, “The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia” by Rajko Grlic, and “Toni Erdmann” by Maren Ade.

The tickets for film screenings cost 250 Dinars.

(Tanjug, 29.12.2016)


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