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Event date: 03/05/2019 17:00 - 19:00 Export event

European Film Festival in Mozambique

European Film Festival in Mozambique

The European Film Festival in Mozambique celebrates its 18th edition. It will take place at the Centro Cultural Franco-Moçambicano (CCFM) in Maputo from 24 April to 9 May.

The Belgian/Flemish contribution for 2019 is the heartwarming Hasta la Vista, directed by Geoffrey Enthoven. Three young men head off on a supposed wine tour to Spain, but their real quest is to lose their virginity. Jozef is blind, Philip is paralysed from neck down and Lars is in a wheelchair with a brain tumour. Don't miss this hilarious but poignant story of an exceptional roadtrip.
Screenings: Friday 3 May at 17.00 (CCFM) and 19.00 (Chamanculo, Campo do Kape Kape).

For more info: https://www.ciclocinemaeuropeu.com/

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