The 28th European Union Film Festival (EUFF) at the National Gallery Singapore is still about a month away (from 10 to 20 May 2018), but if you’re thinking of watching a couple of movies it pays to plan and buy your tickets early.
You can expect:
• over 20 films from countries such as Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and Portugal.
• riveting stories and unique perspectives. Among them: the fight for women’s suffrage in the early ‘70s (The Divine Order); two broke neighbours teaming up to look for buried treasure (The Treasure); a family trapped in their apartment during a war (Insyriated); a monarch making a tough decision for his country (The King’s Choice); and the inspiring journey of a man born with cerebral palsy (Life Feels Good).
• afternoon and late-night screenings, so you can choose films based on your free time and schedule.
Here are a few tips to better enjoy them. Have fun. 😊