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A tour of Europe in one night

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- Today, Europe's Day, EuroCiné 25 is programming 25 films from the Old Continent which attests to its frantic dynamism

A tour of Europe in one night

Last year, so as to celebrate the enlargement of Europe, EuroCiné 25 organised 25 screenings of 25 European films in the two most renowned cinema complexes of Brussels. The initiative was a real success and attracted long lines of people, a total of 4300 cinema lovers turned up that night.
Today, Europe's Day, EuroCiné 25 is renewing the experience and is programming again 25 films from the Old Continent which attests to its frantic dynamism.
"Europe has been supporting cinema for years. Now it's up to cinema to help Europe. Cinema is the ideal way to discover new countries and learn about their cultures and traditions." explains Philippe Reynaert, chairman of Wallimage who created this revolutionary initiative. "Therein lies the deeper mission of EuroCiné 25: proving to markets that the audience is, in fact, interested in European films. That way, cinema will start up a dialogue between the various European peoples."

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25 films which reputation is excellent will be shown tonight, such as Brothers [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
of the danish woman Suzanne Bier, Dopo Mezzanotte [+see also:
film review
interview: Davide Ferrario
interview: Giorgio Pasotti
film profile
]
of the Italian Davide Ferrario on which Cineuropa has just wrote a focus or still the Austrian Antarès of Götz Spielmann or the Finnish Producing Adults. But above all, films usually one cannot find anywhere, such as the Slovene Cheese and jam ; the Czech Champions by Marek Najbrt or still the Latvian Waterbomb for a fattomcat, Kalabush coming from Cyprus and two documentaries from Malta (Against all odds et Etnika).

The programme is available on: EuroCiné 25

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(Translated from French)

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