The online European Film Festival autumn edition is on. Until 31 October you can watch 16 European films free of charge at www.festivalscope.com. You need to create an account and select the icon called EUFFestival 2021, which will then take you to the link with available movies.
The online repertoire includes the feature films Akasa, My Home, Aurora, Bad Songs, Being Fire, Employed, My Brother Chasing Dinosaurs, Oleg, Our Battles, Perfumes, and Audition. These are achievements that were mainly created in co-production with EU member states and which have been awarded many times at international festivals. The short films dedicated to environmental protection, climate change, women and children’s rights, children, and the LGBTQIA+ community are also available.
The festival displays the variety and the complexity of the European Union’s culture through innovative film programming, opening up paths for further fruitful interpersonal and cultural relationships. We hope this virtual festival will contribute to making the film sector a key driver for dialogue, especially in the current situation, where culture and creativity have become more important than ever.
We have traditionally been organising the European Film Festival for seven years. This year and the year before, we switched to an online format for the festival, due to the epidemiological situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.