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Metronews:
‘’Calgary European Film Festival offers an alternative to Hollywood fare.’’ READ MORE

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‘’Calgary European Film Festival brings award-winning European cinema to the Globe.‘’ READ MORE

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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.’’ READ MORE

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Below are all the movies screened at the Calgary European Film Festival, since the first edition ▼

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the 6th edition of the CEFF:

Albania: “Bota”

Austria: “Blockbuster: Life in moving pictures”

Bulgaria: “Directions”

Croatia: “ZG80”

Czech Republic: “Fairy Tales for Emma”

France: “The stopover”

Germany: “Welcome to Germany”

Greece: “Lines”

Hungary: “Kills on wheels”

Italy: “Indivisible”

Moldova: “Eastern Business”

Norway: “The King’s choice”

Poland: “Spoor”

Romania: “Graduation”

Serbia: “The black pin”

Slovakia: “The teacher”

Spain: “The olive tree”

Switzerland: “My life as a zucchini”

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the 3rd edition of the CEFF:

Bulgaria: “Living legends”

Croatia: “The priest’s children”

Czech Republic: “In the shadow”

France: “me, Myself and Mum”

Germany: “A coffee in Berlin”

Moldova: “The unsaved”

Poland: “Jack Strong”

Romania: “Child’s pose”

Switzerland: “The foster child”

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the 5th edition of the CEFF:

Albania: “Babai”

Austria: “Life eternal”

Bulgaria: “The judgement”

Croatia: “Life is a trumpet”

Czech Republic: “Lost in Munich”

France: “Courted”

Germany: “Fukushima mon amour”

Hungary: “Afterlife”

Italy: “Burning love”

Moldova: “Raisa” “The flavours collection” “Colours” (short movies)

Poland: “The last family”

Romania: “Sieranevada”

Serbia: “On the milky way”

Slovakia: “Eva Nova”

Spain: “Truman”

Switzerland: “Heidi”

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the 2nd edition of the CEFF:

Bulgaria: “Footsteps in the sand”

Czech Republic: “Innocence”

France: “La cage dorée”

Poland: “80 million”

Romania: “Love building”

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the 4th edition of the CEFF:

 

Bulgaria: “Bulgarian Rhapsody”

Croatia: “Cowboys”

Czech Republic: “Fair Play”

France: “The Bélier Family”

Germany: “Head Full of Honey”

Hungary: “Liza the Fox-Fairy”

Moldova: “What a Wonderful World”

Poland: “Gods”

Romania: “Aferim!”

Serbia: “Panama”

Spain: “‘’La isla minima””

Switzerland: “More Than Honey”

Here is the list of the movies for each countries during the very first edition of the CEFF!

Bulgaria: “The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner” (2008) | “Lora from Morning Till Evening” (Bulgaria), 2011

Czech Republic: “Protector” 2009

France: “All together” 2012 | “A Monster in Paris” 2011

Poland: “Reverse” (2009) | “The Winner” (2011 film)

Romania: “If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle” 2010 | “The Way I Spent the End of the World” 2006

CEFF is organized by the European Cultural Society of Calgary since 2012,

with the support of great organizations and officials:

  • Albanian-Canadian Association of Calgary
  • Austrian Consulate
  • Calgary Bulgarian Society
  • Croatian Canadian Cultural Centre
  • Alliance Française de Calgary
  • La Société cInéMAGINE de l’Alberta
  • Association for German Education in Calgary
  • Hellenic Society of Calgary
  • Hungarian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary
  • Calgary Italian Cultural Centre
  • Moldovan Community of Calgary Association
  • Sons of Norway
  • Polish Canadian Cultural Centre
  • Romanian Canadian Cultural Association of Calgary
  • Serbian Fest Calgary
  • Slovakian School in Calgary
  • Instituto Cervantes Calgary
  • Swiss Cultural Society Calgary
  • Czech Business Association of Canada