’Grand Central’ at the European Union Film Festival in Vancouver on Nov. 30
This year, ’Grand central’ from Rebecca Zlotowski has been selected to represent France at European Union Film Festival (EUFF) in Vancouver.
The European Union Film Festival is an opportunity to discover new European films selected by embassies, consulates, and cultural centres of the European member-states present in the three Canadian cities taking part in the Festival—Ottawa, Vancouver, and Toronto—to represent the diverse cinematic wealth of their countries.
This Festival is also an opportunity for discussion and networking, particularly with members of the teams behind each film.
The European Film Festival has been organized as the result of a partnership between, on one side, the European Union and its member states, and, on the other side, the Canadian Film Institute and Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa, the Pacific Cinematheque in Vancouver, and private partners in Toronto.
This year’s Festival is chaired by Lithuania and jointly coordinated by the Canadian Film Institute and the Pacific Cinematheque.
This year, Grand central from Rebecca Zlotowski has been selected to represent France at EUFF.
When? Nov. 30
Where? Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver
To know more about the EUFF screenings at Pacific Cinematheque
Two of France’s hottest young stars, Léa Seydoux (Blue Is the Warmest Colour) and Tahar Rahim (The Prophet), play workers at a nuclear power station who fall in love in Rebecca Zlotowski’s powerful drama. Offers a rare and fascinating look inside the everyday workings of a nuclear power plant. "Engrossing, superbly acted."—Variety