After two decades of presenting European culture through the celluloid screen in the Kingdom, the Delegation of the European Union to Thailand is bringing back, for the 21st year, the European Union Film Festival to Thai cinephiles.
The EU Film Festival 2012 is scheduled to run at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre from May 31 to June 10, and then move to Vista Kad Suan Kaew Cinema in Chiang Mai for a second showing from June 15 to 24.
The festival will showcase Europe's cultural diversity, portrayed in 23 films from 17 different EU member states. Many genres will be represented throughout the festival, including children's films, drama, romance, comedy, and political documentaries.
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