By attending a film at ENFF, our audience had chance to win an award and enter into a random draw to win a trip to Montenegro with airfare for one and accommodations for up to two persons generously provided by BovenCA. At the closing ceremony on Sunday 10 November in Filmhuis Den Haag, the lucky winner was randomly picked. Congratulations Lilly Todorovic and have a mangnificent time in the mountains!
Watch God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya, one of the finalists for the European Parliament’s Lux Prize 2019 and Berlinale winner! Join this free screening and get a chance to talk to the actor Stefan Vujisikj during the elaborate Q&A. After the film the European Parliament offers you the opportunity to reflect on the film with a complimentary drink. On Thursday 7 November at 17:00 hours in Filmhuis Den Haag.
Palace for the People tells the stories of the most emblematic five buildings of socialist times – highly representative for the epoch and witnessing the historical turbulence in Eastern Europe in the second half of the XX century. This documentary will have its Dutch premiere at the ENFF as part of Focus program – Europe, 30 Years After the Berlin Wall. After the screening on Thursday 7 November at 14:30 hours in Filmhuis Den Haag, director Boris Missirkov will give a masterclass. Don’t miss!
Enjoy music at ENFF with our special guests Aleksandra Popovska, Balkan Vrouwenkoor Amsterdam, Chervoni Korali, Ludmil Krumov and The Small Bulgarian Folk Jazz Orchestra!
Most film festivals’ industry events present work in progress to film professionals and decision makers. We want to diversify these pitch sessions and provide the possibility for filmmakers to directly collaborate with their potential audience in NEW PRO FORMULA section. Pitch your project and brainstorm with the ENFF on Friday 8 November at 14:00 hours in Filmhuis Den Haag, free admission.
In our program Cinema by Migrants/Cinema on Migrants, we screen films made by directors from Eastern or Southeastern origin living in the West or by local filmmakers whose films deal with the life of migrants. Next to the screenings, we will have a DEBATE about the new identity of European contemporary cinema. What kind of new themes, different, refreshed aesthetics the filmmakers bring in their work. On Sunday 10 November at 12:00 hours in Filmhuis Den Haag, free admission
This year we take a wine tour through Central and Eastern Europe. Come and taste different quality wines from countries that are also part of the film festival.The wine tasting is brought to you by AndereWijn – a wine webshop stocked with many wines from the neighbouring Eastern European countries. Every year they taste hundreds of wines, out of which they choose the best. On Saturday 9 November at 17:00 hours in Filmhuis Den Haag, Studio A, free admission.