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May 29, 2015 - Jun 14, 2015

Panorama Europe 2015

This festival, now in its seventh year, boasts sixteen new contemporary films representing the diversity of Europe. It runs from May 29 –Jun 14 at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens and the Bohemian National Hall.

Co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), Panorama Europe is a unique showcase of sixteen contemporary European features. Panorama Europe gives New York audiences what may be their only chance to see acclaimed films from the festival circuit on the big screen. This year’s festival will take place at Museum of the Moving Image in Queens and at the Bohemian National Hall (Czech Center) in Manhattan. 

CHECK THE TRAILERS:

Bota (The World), Albania, Dir. Iris Elezi, Thomas Logoreci / Opening Weekend Film & Reception
Gods, Poland, Dir. Lukasz Palkowski / Opening Weekend Film & Reception
Violet, Belgium, Dir. Bas Devos / Closing Night Film & Reception
Afterlife, Hungary, Dir. Virág Zomborácz
Age of Cannibals, Germany, Dir. Johannes Naber
Breathe, France, Dir. Mélanie Laurent
Cowboys, Croatia, Dir. Tomislav Mrsic
The Gambler, Lithuania, Dir. Ignas Jonynas
I Can Quit Whenever I Want, Italy, Dir. Sydney Sibilia
In the Basement, Austria. Dir. Ulrich Seidel and the short film Exterior Extended
In the Crosswind, Estonia, Dir. Martti Helde
Magical Girl, Spain, Dir. Carlos Vermut
The Tree, Slovenia, Dir. Sonja Prosenc
The Unexpected Life, Spain, Dir. Jorge Torregrossa
The Way Out, Czech Republic, Dir. Petr Václav
Xenia, Greece, Dir. Panos H. Koutras

A Panorama Europe Festival pass, good for admission to all films, is available for $40. 

Kick-off event at Tribeca Cinemas on Thursday, May 28
, at 7:30 p.m.: Short European films presented as part of the NY Portuguese Short Film Festival, followed by a party. More information at http://arteinstitute.org/nypsff/ 

The Panorama Europe festival board is comprised of the Albanian Institute New York, the Austrian Cultural Forum, the Czech Center, the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, Goethe-Institut New York, the Hungarian Cultural Center, the Italian Cultural Institute, the Onassis Foundation (USA) and Consulate General of Greece, and the Polish Cultural Institute New York.

Additionally, festival partners include the Arte Institute, the Consulate General of the Republic of Croatia and Croatian Audiovisual Centre, the Consulate General of Estonia, the Consulate General of Spain, the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia and Slovenian Film Centre, the General Representation of the Government of Flanders to the U.S., and Instituto Cervantes. 






The full lineup of Panorama Europe 2015:

Bota (The World), Albania, Dir. Iris Elezi, Thomas Logoreci / Opening Weekend Film & Reception

Gods, Poland, Dir. Lukasz Palkowski / Opening Weekend Film & Reception

Violet, Belgium, Dir. Bas Devos / Closing Night Film & Reception

Afterlife, Hungary, Dir. Virág Zomborácz

Age of Cannibals, Germany, Dir. Johannes Naber

Breathe, France, Dir. Mélanie Laurent

Cowboys, Croatia, Dir. Tomislav Mrsic

The Gambler, Lithuania, Dir. Ignas Jonynas

I Can Quit Whenever I Want, Italy, Dir. Sydney Sibilia

In the Basement, Austria. Dir. Ulrich Seidel and the short film Exterior Extended

In the Crosswind, Estonia, Dir. Martti Helde

Magical Girl, Spain, Dir. Carlos Vermut

The Tree, Slovenia, Dir. Sonja Prosenc

The Unexpected Life, Spain, Dir. Jorge Torregrossa

The Way Out, Czech Republic, Dir. Petr Václav

Xenia, Greece, Dir. Panos H. Koutras

Please see below for full schedule and locations. To view the schedule online and to order tickets, visit http://www.movingimage.us/panorama-europe

 

Venue:

Museum of the Moving Image

Date

From: May 29, 2015
To: Jun 14, 2015

Organizer:

Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event


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