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Ioan Gyuri Pascu, a famous Romanian actor will be our guest speaker at the opening night of the Calgary European Film Festival 2015
Check out our Social Media: Facebook.com/CalgaryEuropeanFilmFestival @CEFilmfest  #CEFF #For media information, contact Mariet Minchev at (403) 399-0042 or at festival@calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca  And don’t forget,  Want to see a good movie?  Try European!
This year’s edition of the Calgary European Film Festival (CEFF) will take place on November 12 - 15, at the Globe Cinema. Already in its fourth year, the CEFF expands to four days and features more European communities living in Calgary. Twelve European countries have joined the Festival and will do their best to bring you high quality movies from the Old Continent. All productions will be screened in their respective languages with English subtitles. Details about the films, tickets, and passes are available on the festival’s "Buy Tickets” and “Program” pages. The 2015 CEFF edition is organized by the European Cultural Society of Calgary with the support of the Association for German Education in Calgary, the Calgary Bulgarian Society, cIneMAGINE and Alliance Française de Calgary, the Croatian Centre, the Calgary Moldavian Community, the Czech Business Association of Canada, Serbian Fest Calgary, the Hungarian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary, Instituto Cervantes Calgary, the Polish Canadian Cultural Centre, the Romanian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary, and the Swiss Cultural Society of Calgary.
The Calgarians will enjoy four days of award winning European movies
CEFF will take place on November 12-15 at the Globe Cinema
CEFF will take place on November 12-15 at the Globe Cinema
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Four days of award winning European movies
The 2015 CEFF edition is organized by the European Cultural Society of Calgary with the support of following: • Instituto Cervantes Calgary • Association for German Education in Calgary • Calgary Bulgarian Society • cIneMAGINE Lethbridge & Alliance Française de Calgary • The Croatian Centre in Calgary • Calgary Moldavian Community • The Czech Business Association of Canada • Serbian Fest - Serbian Cultural Society • Hungarian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary • Polish Canadian Cultural Centre • Romanian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary • Swiss Cultural Society of Calgary.
The Calgary European Film Festival invites movie lovers to the best of European cinema. With more European countries joining in each year CEFF has been made possible through the efforts of a group of enthusiastic people in 2012, when the 1st edition took place. The Calgary European Film Festival invites movie lovers to the best of European cinema.   Each November, the best European movies are presented at the Globe for you to enjoy good entertainment and multiculturalism within the magic of cinema.  All productions have been nominated for international awards, being winners at Cannes Film Festival, César Awards, and many more. The movies are screened in their respective languages with English subtitles.
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CEFF 2015 will take place at the Globe Cinema (617 8th Ave. SW Calgary, AB, T2P 1H1) Website: http://calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca Email: festival@calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca
CEFF 2015 will take place at the Globe Cinema (617 8th Ave. SW Calgary, AB, T2P 1H1) Website: http://calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca Email: festival@calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca
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12:00 pm - “What a Wonderful World”  / “Ce lume minunata” (2014) - MoldovaDirector: Anatol Durbala73 min – Drama
Full Pass (Access to all 12 movies)
1:00 pm - “The Bélier Family” / “La Famille Bélier” (2014) - FranceDirector: Eric Lartigau106 min - Comedy, Drama, Music  
6:00 pm - “Liza the Fox-Fairy”  /  “Liza, a rókatündér” (2015) - HungaryDirector: Károly Ujj Mészáros98 min, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Black Comedy
6:00 pm - “Fair Play” (2014) - Czech RepublicDirector: Andrea Sedláčková100 min - Drama, Sport
Half Pass (Access to 6 movies of your choice)
8:00 pm - “Bulgarian Rhapsody”  /  “Българска рапсодия” (2014) - BulgariaDirector: Ivan Nitchev 108 min - Drama 
3:00 pm - Panama (2015) - SerbiaDirector: Pavle Vučković105 min - Drama, Romance, Thriller
Day 1: Thursday, November 12
2:00 pm - “Cowboys” (“Kauboji”, 2013) - CroatiaDirector: Tomislav Mrsic107 min - Comedy, Drama, Western
8:00 pm - “Marshland” / ‘’La isla minima” (2014) - SpainDirector: Alberto Rodríguez Librero 105 min  - Crime, Thriller
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8:00 pm - “Gods” / “Bogowie” (2014) - Poland Director: Lukasz Palkowski120 min - Biography, Drama
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama
5:00 pm - “Head Full of Honey” / “Honig im Kopf” (2014) - GermanyDirector: Til Schweiger139 min - Comedy, Drama, Family
4:00 pm - More Than Honey (2012) - Switzerland Director: Markus Imhoof95 min - Documentary
Day 3: Saturday, November 14
Note: PayPal payments are made though our traditional supporter, Project 2211, Inc.
Day 2: Friday, November 13
Day 4: Sunday, November 15
12:00 pm - “What a Wonderful World”  / “Ce lume minunata” (2014) - MoldovaDirector: Anatol Durbala73 min – Drama
5:00 pm - “Head Full of Honey” / “Honig im Kopf” (2014) - GermanyDirector: Til Schweiger139 min - Comedy, Drama, Family
6:00 pm - “Fair Play” (2014) - Czech RepublicDirector: Andrea Sedláčková100 min - Drama, Sport
Day 4: Sunday, November 15
Half Pass (Access to 6 movies of your choice)
8:00 pm - “Marshland” / ‘’La isla minima” (2014) - SpainDirector: Alberto Rodríguez Librero105 min  - Crime, Thriller
Note: PayPal payments are made though our traditional supporter, Project 2211, Inc. PayPal email confirmation is a valid entry information. Once you will present it at the box office (from your smart phone or in a printed version), you will be issued an actual ticket to enter the theater. Thank you!
6:00 pm - “Liza the Fox-Fairy”  /  “Liza, a rókatündér” (2015) - HungaryDirector: Károly Ujj Mészáros98 min, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Black Comedy
3:00 pm - Panama (2015) - SerbiaDirector: Pavle Vučković105 min - Drama, Romance, Thriller
Day 3: Saturday, November 14
8:00 pm - “Bulgarian Rhapsody”  /  “Българска рапсодия” (2014) - BulgariaDirector: Ivan Nitchev108 min - Drama 
4:00 pm - More Than Honey (2012) - Switzerland Director: Markus Imhoof95 min - Documentary
Day 2: Friday, November 13
Full Pass (Access to all 12 movies)
1:00 pm - “The Bélier Family” / “La Famille Bélier” (2014) - FranceDirector: Eric Lartigau106 min - Comedy, Drama, Music  
2:00 pm - “Cowboys” (“Kauboji”, 2013) - CroatiaDirector: Tomislav Mrsic107 min - Comedy, Drama, Western
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama
8:00 pm - “Gods” / “Bogowie” (2014) - Poland Director: Lukasz Palkowski120 min - Biography, Drama
Day 1: Thursday, November 12
8:00 pm - “Marshland” / ‘’La isla minima” (2014) - SpainDirector: Alberto Rodríguez Librero105 min  - Crime, Thriller41 wins & 31 nominations (It won ten Goya Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actor)Ratings: 7.4/10·IMDb | 4.1/5·AlloCiné | 88%·Rotten TomatoesSet in the year 1980, the movie tells the story of  two ideologically opposed homicide detectives from Madrid sent to a forgotten town on the Guadalquivir Marshes to investigate the disappearance and murder of two teenage girls during the town’s festivities. They have to settle their differences to bring the murderer to justice before more young women are killed.
8:00 pm - “Bulgarian Rhapsody”  /  “Българска рапсодия” (2014) - BulgariaDirector: Ivan Nitchev108 min - Drama  Ratings: 7.2/10·IMDb | 6.4/10·Letterboxd “Bulgarian Rhapsody” was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. The film is part of a historic trilogy about Bulgarian Judaism. Set in 1943, the movie tells the story of Moni, a Jewish youngster from Sofia and Giogio, the son of the commissar for Jewish affairs’ driver. They meet Shelly, a Jewish girl from Greece. The two face the values and limits of friendship, as they both fall in love with her, while outside rages their conflicted world.
4:00 pm - More Than Honey (2012) - Switzerland Director: Markus Imhoof95 min - Documentary 8 wins & 4 nominations  Ratings: 7.5/10·IMDb | 100%·Rotten Tomatoes In this critically acclaimed documentary, beekeepers, scientists, and others discuss the world’s declining bee population and what it may mean for modern society. This is an in-depth look at honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China and Australia.
Movies Program / Trailers
End of Day 4 :  Sunday, November 15 Wrap-Up Gala • After the last movie on Sunday evening, at 7:15 pm • At the Brewster’s (834  11 Ave SW) • No entrance fee • Free parking • Snacks • Live music entertainment: folk musicians from Serbia and Moldova  • Door prizes
1:00 pm - “The Bélier Family” / “La Famille Bélier” (2014) - FranceDirector: Eric Lartigau106 min - Comedy, Drama, Music   3 wins & 9 nominations (won the César Award for Most Promising Actress for Louane Emera.) Ratings: 7.4/10·IMDb | 4.1/5·AlloCiné | 90%·Rotten Tomatoes In the Bélier family, sixteen-year-old Paula is the interpreter for her deaf parents and brother on a daily basis. One day, a music teacher discovers her gift for singing and encourages Paula to participate in a prestigious singing contest in Paris, which will secure her a good career and a college degree. This would mean leaving her family and taking her first steps towards adulthood.
PANAMA - Eye on Films - Trailer by eyeonfilms
6:00 pm - “Fair Play” (2014) - Czech RepublicDirector: Andrea Sedláčková100 min - Drama, Sport 1 win & 18 nominations (Won the Jury Award for Best Feature at the Roma Independent Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 6.9/10 · IMDb Set in the 1980s in Czechoslovakia, the movie depicts the story of young talented sprinter Anna, who is selected for the national team and starts training to qualify for the Olympic Games. She receives anabolic steroids as part of a secret medical program, but after she collapses at the training, she learns the truth about the drugs. Her mother is worried that, without the drugs, Anna will loose her only chance to escape from behind the Iron Curtain.
12:00 pm - “What a Wonderful World”  / “Ce lume minunata” (2014) - MoldovaDirector: Anatol Durbala73 min – Drama 1 win & 1 nomination (won the FIPRESCI Prize at the Warsaw International Film Festival 2014)  Ratings: 9/10·IMDb After two years spent as a student in Boston, a 22-year-old visits his native Moldova. It is April 2009 and people gather in the streets of Chisinau, demonstrating against the communist authorities who falsified the election results. The student is mistaken for a demonstrator and gets brutally beaten up by the police. The movie is based on real events.
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6:00 pm - “Liza the Fox-Fairy”  /  “Liza, a rókatündér” (2015) - HungaryDirector: Károly Ujj Mészáros98 min, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Black Comedy 9 wins & 3 nominations (Won the New Director’s Showcase Award at the Seattle International Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 8.1/10 · IMDb Liza is a nurse and she seeks love until her only company - a long-dead Japanese pop star - turns her into a fox-fairy out of jealousy. Now, every men who desires Liza shall die horribly. Can she overcome the curse?
3:00 pm - Panama (2015) - SerbiaDirector: Pavle Vučković105 min - Drama, Romance, Thriller  2 Nominations (Nominated at the Cannes Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 5.8/10·IMDb “Panama” was selected to screen in the Special Screenings section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The movie depicts how digital communication, pornography, and vanity obstruct true emotions and love.
8:00 pm - “Gods” / “Bogowie” (2014) - Poland Director: Lukasz Palkowski120 min - Biography, Drama 1 win & 10 nominations (Tomasz Kot won Best Actor Award at the Polish Film Awards 2015) Ratings: 7.8/10·IMDb The film tells the story of cardiac surgeon Zbigniew Religa who, in his early career and despite the harsh reality of the 1980s Poland, successfully leads a team of doctors to the country’s first human heart transplantation.
2:00 pm - “Cowboys” (“Kauboji”, 2013) - CroatiaDirector: Tomislav Mrsic107 min - Comedy, Drama, Western 2 wins & 2 nominations Ratings: 7.2/10 – IMDb The movie was selected as the Croatian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. “Cowboys” tells the story of eight outsiders who are trying to create a theater play while breaking every rule of theater production. They embrace their cowboy characters and, in the process, change their lives. Based on a popular, award-winning Croatian play.
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama4 awards & 1 nomination (won the Silver Berlin Bear for Best Director at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival)Ratings: 8.2/10·IMDb | 3.1/5·AlloCiné | 100%·Rotten TomatoesSet in early 19th century Wallachia, when a local policeman, Costandin, is hired by Iordache, a local noble, to find Carfin, a Gypsy slave who had run away from the nobles’s estate after having an affair with his wife, Sultana. Costandin sets out to find the fugitive, beginning a journey full of adventures. Gypsy slavery lasted from the 14th century up until the middle of the 19th century and it continues to influence Romania’s social life.
5:00 pm - “Head Full of Honey” / “Honig im Kopf” (2014) - Germany (North America Premiere)Director: Til Schweiger139 min - Comedy, Drama, Family 3 wins (it won the Audience Award at the German Film Awards 2015) Ratings: 6.8/10·IMDb | 3.9/5·Filmstarts.de | 6/10·Moviepilot Retired vet Amandus (Dieter Hallervorden) suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. His son convinces Amandus to move into his house near Hamburg. But his granddaughter Tilda takes him on one last adventure that threatens to tear her family apart.
4:00 pm - More Than Honey (2012) - Switzerland Director: Markus Imhoof95 min - Documentary 8 wins & 4 nominations  Ratings: 7.5/10·IMDb | 100%·Rotten Tomatoes In this critically acclaimed documentary, beekeepers, scientists, and others discuss the world’s declining bee population and what it may mean for modern society. This is an in-depth look at honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China and Australia.
5:00 pm - “Head Full of Honey” / “Honig im Kopf” (2014) - Germany (North America Premiere)Director: Til Schweiger139 min - Comedy, Drama, Family 3 wins (it won the Audience Award at the German Film Awards 2015) Ratings: 6.8/10·IMDb | 3.9/5·Filmstarts.de | 6/10·Moviepilot Retired vet Amandus (Dieter Hallervorden) suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. His son convinces Amandus to move into his house near Hamburg. But his granddaughter Tilda takes him on one last adventure that threatens to tear her family apart.
8:00 pm - “Bulgarian Rhapsody”  /  “Българска рапсодия” (2014) - BulgariaDirector: Ivan Nitchev108 min - Drama  Ratings: 7.2/10·IMDb | 6.4/10·Letterboxd “Bulgarian Rhapsody” was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. The film is part of a historic trilogy about Bulgarian Judaism. Set in 1943, the movie tells the story of Moni, a Jewish youngster from Sofia and Giogio, the son of the commissar for Jewish affairs’ driver. They meet Shelly, a Jewish girl from Greece. The two face the values and limits of friendship, as they both fall in love with her, while outside rages their conflicted world.
6:00 pm - “Fair Play” (2014) - Czech RepublicDirector: Andrea Sedláčková100 min - Drama, Sport 1 win & 18 nominations (Won the Jury Award for Best Feature at the Roma Independent Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 6.9/10 · IMDb Set in the 1980s in Czechoslovakia, the movie depicts the story of young talented sprinter Anna, who is selected for the national team and starts training to qualify for the Olympic Games. She receives anabolic steroids as part of a secret medical program, but after she collapses at the training, she learns the truth about the drugs. Her mother is worried that, without the drugs, Anna will loose her only chance to escape from behind the Iron Curtain.
1:00 pm - “The Bélier Family” / “La Famille Bélier” (2014) - FranceDirector: Eric Lartigau106 min - Comedy, Drama, Music   3 wins & 9 nominations (won the César Award for Most Promising Actress for Louane Emera.) Ratings: 7.4/10·IMDb | 4.1/5·AlloCiné | 90%·Rotten Tomatoes In the Bélier family, sixteen-year-old Paula is the interpreter for her deaf parents and brother on a daily basis. One day, a music teacher discovers her gift for singing and encourages Paula to participate in a prestigious singing contest in Paris, which will secure her a good career and a college degree. This would mean leaving her family and taking her first steps towards adulthood.
12:00 pm - “What a Wonderful World”  / “Ce lume minunata” (2014) - MoldovaDirector: Anatol Durbala73 min – Drama 1 win & 1 nomination (won the FIPRESCI Prize at the Warsaw International Film Festival 2014)  Ratings: 9/10·IMDb After two years spent as a student in Boston, a 22-year-old visits his native Moldova. It is April 2009 and people gather in the streets of Chisinau, demonstrating against the communist authorities who falsified the election results. The student is mistaken for a demonstrator and gets brutally beaten up by the police. The movie is based on real events.
6:00 pm - “Liza the Fox-Fairy”  /  “Liza, a rókatündér” (2015) - HungaryDirector: Károly Ujj Mészáros98 min, Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Black Comedy 9 wins & 3 nominations (Won the New Director’s Showcase Award at the Seattle International Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 8.1/10 · IMDb Liza is a nurse and she seeks love until her only company - a long-dead Japanese pop star - turns her into a fox-fairy out of jealousy. Now, every men who desires Liza shall die horribly. Can she overcome the curse?
PANAMA - Eye on Films - Trailer by eyeonfilms
3:00 pm - Panama (2015) - SerbiaDirector: Pavle Vučković105 min - Drama, Romance, Thriller  2 Nominations (Nominated at the Cannes Film Festival 2015) Ratings: 5.8/10·IMDb “Panama” was selected to screen in the Special Screenings section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The movie depicts how digital communication, pornography, and vanity obstruct true emotions and love.
2:00 pm - “Cowboys” (“Kauboji”, 2013) - CroatiaDirector: Tomislav Mrsic107 min - Comedy, Drama, Western 2 wins & 2 nominations Ratings: 7.2/10 – IMDb The movie was selected as the Croatian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. “Cowboys” tells the story of eight outsiders who are trying to create a theater play while breaking every rule of theater production. They embrace their cowboy characters and, in the process, change their lives. Based on a popular, award-winning Croatian play.
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama4 awards & 1 nomination (won the Silver Berlin Bear for Best Director at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival)Ratings: 8.2/10·IMDb | 3.1/5·AlloCiné | 100%·Rotten TomatoesSet in early 19th century Wallachia, when a local policeman, Costandin, is hired by Iordache, a local noble, to find Carfin, a Gypsy slave who had run away from the nobles’s estate after having an affair with his wife, Sultana. Costandin sets out to find the fugitive, beginning a journey full of adventures. Gypsy slavery lasted from the 14th century up until the middle of the 19th century and it continues to influence Romania’s social life.
8:00 pm - “Gods” / “Bogowie” (2014) - Poland Director: Lukasz Palkowski120 min - Biography, Drama 1 win & 10 nominations (Tomasz Kot won Best Actor Award at the Polish Film Awards 2015) Ratings: 7.8/10·IMDb The film tells the story of cardiac surgeon Zbigniew Religa who, in his early career and despite the harsh reality of the 1980s Poland, successfully leads a team of doctors to the country’s first human heart transplantation.
8:00 pm - “Marshland” / ‘’La isla minima” (2014) - SpainDirector: Alberto Rodríguez Librero105 min  - Crime, Thriller41 wins & 31 nominations (It won ten Goya Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actor)Ratings: 7.4/10·IMDb | 4.1/5·AlloCiné | 88%·Rotten TomatoesSet in the year 1980, the movie tells the story of  two ideologically opposed homicide detectives from Madrid sent to a forgotten town on the Guadalquivir Marshes to investigate the disappearance and murder of two teenage girls during the town’s festivities. They have to settle their differences to bring the murderer to justice before more young women are killed.
End of Day 4 :  Sunday, November 15 • Wrap-Up Gala • After the last movie on Sunday evening, at 7:15 pm • At the Brewster’s (834  11 Ave SW) • No entrance fee • Free parking • Snacks • Live music entertainment: folk musicians from Serbia and Moldova  • Door prizes
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama4 awards & 1 nomination (won the Silver Berlin Bear for Best Director at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival)Ratings: 8.2/10·IMDb | 3.1/5·AlloCiné | 100%·Rotten TomatoesSet in early 19th century Wallachia, when a local policeman, Costandin, is hired by Iordache, a local noble, to find Carfin, a Gypsy slave who had run away from the nobles’s estate after having an affair with his wife, Sultana. Costandin sets out to find the fugitive, beginning a journey full of adventures. Gypsy slavery lasted from the 14th century up until the middle of the 19th century and it continues to influence Romania’s social life.
5:00 pm - “Head Full of Honey” / “Honig im Kopf” (2014) - Germany (North America Premiere)Director: Til Schweiger139 min - Comedy, Drama, Family 3 wins (it won the Audience Award at the German Film Awards 2015) Ratings: 6.8/10·IMDb | 3.9/5·Filmstarts.de | 6/10·Moviepilot Retired vet Amandus (Dieter Hallervorden) suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. His son convinces Amandus to move into his house near Hamburg. But his granddaughter Tilda takes him on one last adventure that threatens to tear her family apart.
6:00 pm  - “Aferim!” (2015) - RomaniaDirector: Radu Jude108 min - Adventure, Comedy, Drama 4 awards & 1 nomination (won the Silver Berlin Bear for Best Director at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival) Ratings: 8.2/10·IMDb | 3.1/5·AlloCiné | 100%·Rotten Tomatoes Set in early 19th century Wallachia, when a local policeman, Costandin, is hired by Iordache, a local noble, to find Carfin, a Gypsy slave who had run away from the nobles’s estate after having an affair with his wife, Sultana. Costandin sets out to find the fugitive, beginning a journey full of adventures. Gypsy slavery lasted from the 14th century up until the middle of the 19th century and it continues to influence Romania’s social life.
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Metronews: ‘’Calgary European Film Festival offers an alternative to Hollywood fare’’ http://metronews.ca/voices/backstage-pass-calgary/1211077/calgary-european-film-festival-offers-an-alternative-to-hollywood-fare/   660 News: ‘’Internationally-acclaimed movies shine at the Calgary European Film Festival’’     http://www.660news.com/2014/11/09/internationally-acclaimed-movies-shine-at-the-calgary-european-film/   Calgary Herald: ‘’A European Union of sorts has formed here in Calgary. It happened when local cultural organizations representing various European nations arrived at the understanding that they could put on a much stronger film festival as a united entity’’.    http://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Cheap+Date+Calgary+European+Film+Festival/9166296/story.htmlAvenue Calgary: ‘The Calgary European Film Festival returns for its third year and brings with it a variety of different films from across the continent”http://www.avenuecalgary.com/Calendar/index.php/name/Calgary-European-Film-Festival/event/8061/   http://www.avenuecalgary.com/Things-to-Do/Where-to-Eat-Before-and-After-the-Calgary-European-Film-Festival/     Fast Forward: ‘’Audiences would be advised to take advantage of an opportunity to glimpse works from under-represented nations, ones whose gestating film scenes — if CEFF is any indication — are poised for ever-greater acclaim. ‘’     http://www.ffwdweekly.com/screen/film-features/euro-trip/   To book interviews, please contact Ana Glavan: (587) 892-6326 festival@calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca EndFragment
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Metronews: ‘’Calgary European Film Festival offers an alternative to Hollywood fare’’ http://metronews.ca/voices/backstage-pass-calgary/1211077/calgary-european-film-festival-offers-an-alternative-to-hollywood-fare/   660 News: ‘’Internationally-acclaimed movies shine at the Calgary European Film Festival’’     http://www.660news.com/2014/11/09/internationally-acclaimed-movies-shine-at-the-calgary-european-film/   Calgary Herald: ‘’A European Union of sorts has formed here in Calgary. It happened when local cultural organizations representing various European nations arrived at the understanding that they could put on a much stronger film festival as a united entity’’.    http://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Cheap+Date+Calgary+European+Film+Festival/9166296/story.htmlAvenue Calgary: ‘The Calgary European Film Festival returns for its third year and brings with it a variety of different films from across the continent”http://www.avenuecalgary.com/Calendar/index.php/name/Calgary-European-Film-Festival/event/8061/   http://www.avenuecalgary.com/Things-to-Do/Where-to-Eat-Before-and-After-the-Calgary-European-Film-Festival/     Fast Forward: ‘’Audiences would be advised to take advantage of an opportunity to glimpse works from under-represented nations, ones whose gestating film scenes — if CEFF is any indication — are poised for ever-greater acclaim. ‘’     http://www.ffwdweekly.com/screen/film-features/euro-trip/    To book interviews, please contact Ana Glavan: (587) 892-6326 festival@calgaryeuropeanfilmfestival.ca EndFragment
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