The city of Tabriz is the next stop of the European Film Week 2017 journey in Iran, organised by the European Eunion National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) and the Iranian Youth Cinema Society. The movies will be screened from the 20th to 24th of November at Naji Cinema.
“European Film Week 2017” is organised in Tehran by the network of the European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC) and the Iranian Youth Cinema Society. Films will be screened from October 31 to November 4, at the Tehran Film Museum.
The Hellenic Foundation for Culture participates in the European Week Film in Tehran showing films: Red Hulk by Asimina Proedrou, Chelsea – Barcelona by Alexandros Chantzis, Austerity by Renos Gavris, Driving lessons by Vasilis Kalamakis, Eviva by Dimitris Nakos & Amerissa Basta, March 4 by Dimitris Nakos, Figs by Nicolas Kolovos, The seed by Iphigeneia Kotsoni, Return by Christina Gousia, Maasai by Charry Lagoussis, Crossing over by Thodoris Vournas.
In total, more than twenty short films and feature lengths will be screened from 8 European countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland.
The European Film Week is held with the kind support of the European Union and the generous sponsorship of Iran DMC and Aryana Art Group.
Movies are featuring Iranian subtitles.
The entrance is free
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