Welcome to the fourth online edition of the European Union Film Festival!

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Vancouver, BC – Written November 10th, 2023 – Even though the EU Film Festival has returned to live, in-person screenings in the three main cities (Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver), along with the Delegation of the European Union to Canada and the EU Member States, we are excited to offer another exciting online version of the EUFF in December 2023. 

While not all the films will be available online, a vast majority of the 2023 Festival line-up will be, giving anyone across Canada the opportunity to sample the best of contemporary filmmaking from the European Union. Once again this year we ask you to please tell everyone you know – from Victoria to Iqaluit to St. John’s – to come to the online EUFF! 

Many of the greatest names in the history of world cinema have been represented over the decades of this extraordinary event. This year is no exception, as we are showcasing both brilliant emerging talents as well as the latest work of master filmmakers. There is drama, comedy, action, and documentary: something for everyone!

The three film organizations are proud to work together again to bring you the best in contemporary cinema from the European Union in our third online EUFF.  They are hoping that you experience an eye-opening, thought-provoking, and entertaining European Union Film Festival.  

Thank you so much once more for making it happen again with your passionate support.  

The upcoming European Union Film Festival in Vancouver showing at The Cinematheque from November 16-30, 2023, and online (euffonline.ca) from December 1-17, 2023. Here are the films featuring the German language:

Germany’s featured film, Til the End of the Nighthttps://thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/till-the-end-of-the-night

Austria’s featured film, Elfriede Jelinek – Language Unleashedhttps://thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/elfriede-jelinek-language-unleashed

Cyprus’s featured film, The Man with the Answershttps://thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/man-answers 

Czech Republic’s featured film, Il Boemohttps://thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/il-boemo

Ukraine’s featured film, Luxembourg, Luxembourghttps://thecinematheque.ca/films/2023/luxembourg-luxembourg If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Gerilee McBride at gerilee@thecinematheque.ca

Book Your Tickets here: https://www.euffonline.ca/passes/buy


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EU Film Festival 2023

About The Cinematheque

The Cinematheque, founded in 1972, is a film institute and media education centre devoted to understanding the art and history of Canadian and international cinema and the impact of moving images and screen-based media in our lives. Our public activities include a year-round calendar of curated film exhibitions devoted to important classic and contemporary films and filmmakers; and an array of community outreach programs offering interactive learning opportunities in film appreciation, filmmaking, media literacy, and critical thinking. 

The Cinematheque’s collections include a Film Reference Library housing thousands of film-related books and periodicals, and a West Coast Film Archive holding some 2,000 Canadian motion pictures, including a core collection of historically and artistically significant British Columbian works. 

We value cinema as a communal and transformative experience; believe in the importance of inclusivity and diversity in programming; and are committed to showcasing the finest achievements of local and national artists along with the best cinema from around the world.

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