The European Union Film Festival (EUFF), Singapore’s longest running foreign film festival, is back for its 28th edition. Film buffs will be excited to know that the EUFF, is well-known for showcasing the best of contemporary European cinema, will run from May 10 to May 20, 2018. All films will be screened at the iconic National Gallery Singapore.
The 28th EUFF will be presenting over 20 films from across Europe with Austria as the featured country this year. The festival opens with Fly Away Home, a film set in 1945, Vienna where the powder keg of war and the Russian occupation is seen through the innocent eyes of nine-year old Christine.
The festival will continue EUFF’s long tradition of collaborating with a Singaporean film school. Partnering for the fourth time with Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film and Media Studies, the EUFF will present short films by students and alumni of the school alongside the official film selection.
In this landmark year, the 28th EUFF is proud to showcase the EU-SINGAPORE-ASEAN special collaboration with a presentation of the fim Fragment, an omnibus film celebrating the strength and diversity of South-East Asian independent cinema. Made up of a collage of ten stories, each story distinctively embraces the other’s subjectivities.
Other children-friendly films from this festival include The Stronghold (Ukraine), Mother Knows Best (Portugal), and Custody (France).
EUFF 2018 Dates & Ticketing The EUFF will take place from 10 to 20 May and will be held at the National Gallery Singapore.
Festival tickets are priced at $12 and are available for sale through SISTIC from 9 April. Concessions are extended to National Gallery Singapore members, those aged 55 years and above, NSFs, students, Singapore Film Society members, and group purchases of 6 tickets or more ($1 off per ticket).
To purchase the tickets at SISTIC, please visit
Please visit www.euff.sg for more information and updates on the 28th European Union Film Festival.
Grandpa More Dangerous Than Computer
In 2018, Latvia marks its 100th anniversary and this is the rst lm released from the official ‘Latvia Centenary’ movies. This delightful story is about 8-year-old Oskar’s summer “vacation” in the countryside. His parents “swap” the computer for his granddad to protect their child from the dangerous influence of the Internet. What begins as a seemingly never-ending struggle with his Grandpa, soon turns into solid friendship allowing the two to rescue Grandma from her former student’s scheme.
Show date and time: 13 May, Sunday at 1.30pm
Duration: 80 mins, Latvian with English subtitles
Selection of Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival 2018 competition. Only 5 movies out of 1100 movies from 79 countries were selected for the Dramatic Feature category.
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