On 22 - 29 May European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC Almaty) will present European Film Week at Arman cinema. Over the course of the week, 12 films from 12 European countries will be screened. These films represent a wide range of genres, from silent film to comedy and drama.
Film Week officially opens on 22 May with a film from France and ends on the 29 May with one from Spain. Cinema-goers can look forward to a versatile and entertaining programme of feature films from Austria, Germany, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Norway, Turkey, Great Britain, France, Switzerland, Sweden and Estonia.
The films will be shown in the original language with Russian subtitles.
You can buy tickets online or at the box office of Arman cinema. Tickets will cost 1,000 KZT.
|22 May 18.30||La Bataille de Solferino (France, comedy/drama)|
|22 May 20.30||Uzun Hikaye (Turkey, drama)|
|23 May 18.00||Ego (Sweden, romantic comedy)|
|24 May 18.00||Der Goalie Bin Ig (Switzerland, drama/romantic comedy)|
|25 May 18.30||Die Fetten Jahre Sind Vorbei (Austria, melodrama)|
|25 May 21.00||La Grande Belezza (Italy, drama)|
|26 May 18.30||Made in Hungary (Hungary, comedy)|
|26 May 21.00||Kon-Tiki (Norway, historical drama)|
|27 May 18.30||Kebab Connection (Germany, comedy)|
|27 May 20.30||Georg (Estonia, biographical drama)|
|28 May 18.30||Pride (Great Britain, drama/comedy)|
|29 May 18.30||Blancanieves (Spain, fantasy/drama/silent film)|
EUNIC Almaty was established by the Alliance Française Almaty, British Council, Comitato “Dante Alighieri” Almaty, Goethe-Institut Almaty and Consulate General of the Republic of Hungary in May 2011.