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#EUFF32 Week Two!
Monday, 20 November 2017
Miss the first weekend of the 32nd European Union Film Festival? Well, we'll forgive you, 'cause there's still two more weeks of films from all over the EU left! So get over to the National Gallery of Canada this weekend--and don't forget, we also have single screenings on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7:00PM! November 20th (tonight!) will feature the Cannes Palme d'Or winner The Square, and tomorrow, November 21st will treat viewers to the French film Ogres.

Check out this weekend's line-up:  

Friday, Nov. 24
7:00PM
9:00PM

Saturday, Nov. 25
4:00PM
7:00PM
9:00PM

Sunday, Nov. 26
4:45PM
7:00PM

During the week, you can catch Danish entry Rosita and Italian historical drama Leopardi on November 26th and 27th, respectively. We can't wait for you to see what EU films have to offer! 

 
#EUFF32 is Here!
Monday, 13 November 2017
It may be cold and dreary outside, but that just gives you the perfect excuse to come in from those cloudy skies and see some amazing films from 26 EU countries at the 32nd European Union Film Festival, this year taking place at the beautiful National Gallery of Canada! It all start this Friday, November 17th. Check out this weekend's line-up: 

Friday, Nov. 17
7:00PM
9:00PM

Saturday, Nov. 18
Lithuania: Emilia--Breaking Free (with filmmaker in attendance!) 
4:00PM
7:00PM
9:00PM

Sunday, Nov. 19
4:00PM
7:00PM

There will also be single screenings on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7:00PM. Next Monday, November 20th will feauture the much-hyped Swedish entry The Square, and Tuesday, November 21st will treat viewers to the French film Ogres

And if you haven't seen our trailer yet, check it out and get a sneak peek of all the great cinema EUFF 2017 has on offer! 



We look forward to seeing you at the National Gallery! 



 
Upcoming Events
Monday, 02 October 2017
Can you believe it? It’s October already!  

After a busy summer of preparation, we’ve just completed a successful edition of our annual animation extravaganza, the Ottawa International Animation Festival. We hope you managed to catch some screenings, meet some animators, and generally have a great time. 

And now it’s on to our other programming in fall 2017. In addition to our ongoing series of screenings celebrating film production in Ottawa (Ottawa: Cinema Capital, here’s what else is coming between now and the December holiday season:

October 14: The Enlightened Screen, with Toronto filmmaker, Hugh Gibson, who will be in Ottawa to present his latest feature length and award-winning documentary, THE STAIRS, presented at Carleton University’s Richcraft Hall Theatre;

October 27 and November 3: Taiwan Film Nights, presented in collaboration with the Taipei and Economic Cultural Office (Ottawa); two free screenings of new films from Taiwan at Carleton University’s Richcraft Hall Theatre;

October 28 to November 5: the third annual African Film Festival of Ottawa, featuring five newly restored classics of African cinema; presented at Carleton University’s Richcraft Hall Theatre;

November 4 and November 10: the 35th annual Japanese Film Festival, presented in collaboration with The Japan Foundation and the Embassy of Japan; free admission screenings at Carleton University’s Richcraft Hall; 

November 17 to December 5: the 32nd annual European Union Film Festival, taking place this year in the Auditorium of the National Gallery of Canada.  

We hope to see you at many (or all!) of these exciting cinematic events. We appreciate your continued support of the Canadian Film Institute’s public programming activities.

 
Ottawa Cinema Capital
Saturday, 23 September 2017

Join us to celebrate Ottawa as the first hub of cinema in Canada. Free screenings will take place from now until the end of 2017. Click the Festival & Events link above for a list of events.

This project is funded by Ottawa 2017’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Program (stewarded by AOE Arts Council, Ottawa Arts Council and Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa).


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