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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Cine Europa 17, Day 1, at the FDCP Cinematheque today

Today marks the opening day of the FDCP and FCEP's Cine Europa 17 film festival, with three films, from Spain, Norway, and the Czech Republic. This event is in cooperation with the European Union, European Embassies and Cultural Institutes accredited to the Philippines, and is schedules from September 30 to October 5 2014. Venue is at the Cinematheque Iloilo, and it is free of charge. The FDCP Cinematheque is located at the B&C Square Bldg., Solis St., Iloilo City (near BPI Iznart, East West Bank Iznart, and Landbank Iznart).[hit the jump to continue]

El Lince Perdido (The Missing Lynx)
Directed by Raul Garcia and Manuel Sicilia, and one of its producers is Antonio Banderas, this Spanish-British animated adventure-comedy movie won Best Animation Film at the Goya Awards in Spain, tells the story of a group of animals, led by Felix, a clumsy and unlucky Iberian lynx, along with Beeea (Beeety in the English version), a daredevil goat, and Astarté, a brave falcon with an injured wing, these animals from Doñana National Park in Spain are looking for a way off of an eccentric billionaire's own personal Noah's Ark. All of the movie takes place in the natural parks of Andalusia. (1:30 PM today at the FDCP Cinematheque)

2009 Norwegian drama film directed by Gunnar Vikene, and written by Torun Lian and Vikene, tells the story of Thomas, Marianne and Terje - three youngsters that have lost everything. After witnessing his mother being beaten up, Thomas is sent to a young people's refuge. No one will tell him where his brother is, and Thomas vows to find him. This is a story of youngsters who have a common dream about finding a new home.The movie won Best Screenplay at the Amanda Awards in Norway. (3:30 PM today at the FDCP Cinematheque)

Obcanský Prukaz (Identity Card)
This bittersweet comedy from director Ondrej Trojan, based on book by Petr Sabach, that chronicles the young lives of four teenage boys; Peter, Cinderella, Ales and Mita, their friends, parents, and lovers, telling the stories from when they were 15 up to the time when they were 18. Story is set in the 1970s, when is Czechoslovakia was occupied by Russians. This film won Best Film and Best Cinematography at the Czech Lions Award in the Czech Republic. (5:30 PM today at the FDCP Cinematheque)

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