The European Union Film Festival (EUFF) returns to Malaysia with the very best of European cinema and cultural diversity!

Now in its 15th edition in Malaysia, the EUFF will showcase 21 award-winning movies and documentaries from 17 European countries at selected Golden Screen Cinemas in Kuala Lumpur (Mid Valley, 1Utama, and Pavilion KL from 30th Oct – 9th Nov), Georgetown (Gurney Plaza from 13th – 19th Nov), Kuching (CityONE Megamall from 27th Nov – 3rd Dec) and Kota Kinabalu (Suria Sabah Mall from 11th – 17th Dec).

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The eclectic line-up at this year’s EUFF features everything from comedy, romance and drama to animation and documentaries. Highlights include “The Best Offer”, by well known director Giuseppe Tornatore with music composed by none other than Ennio Morricone (who won the Best Composer Award for the movie at the 26th European Film Awards in December 2013) and a score of other notable movies, which have garnered a number of prestigious awards, among which are Belgium’s “The Broken Circle Breakdown”, nominated for the Oscar in the category of Best Foreign Language Film of the Year at the 2014 Academy Awards.

Or, the 2 movies presented by Denmark: “The Hunt” which received the award for Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival 2012 and “A Royal Affair”, nominated in 2013 as Best Foreign Language Film at both the Golden Globes and the Oscar. Finland’s “Niko 2 – Little Brother, Big Trouble”, the only animated movie of this edition of the festival, was awarded the Grand Prix as the best film in the feature section at the Tokyo Kinder Film Festival in 2013.

Last but not least, there’s also “Exit Through the Gift Shop” from the UK which won the Independent Spirits Awards 2011 for Best Documentary:

Tickets for the EUFF will be priced at RM7, except for “The Best Offer” (Italy), which will be priced at prevailing ticket pricing, while “Snow White” (Spain) and “Exit Through the Gift Shop” (UK) will be screened for free. Tickets can be purchased via GSC e-Payment, GSC Mobile App (iOS, Android, and Windows Phone) or at participating GSC outlets.

The 15th European Union Film Festival is organised by the Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia and the Embassy of Italy, in collaboration with the embassies and cultural institutions of 14 other European Union Member States, as well as Norway and Switzerland.

For more information on the European Union Film Festival, visit EUFF’s  website or Facebook page, or GSC’s website or Facebook page.

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