European Film Festival to be held at The Projector from May 12 to 26, featuring films from 3 local schools

Standard tickets cost $15 but students can purchase concession tickets for $13.

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Published: 10 May 2022, 1:40 PM

The 31st European Film Festival (EUFF), held at The Projector from May 12 to 26, will showcase a total of 24 films. The line-up includes critically acclaimed European films and also Singapore shorts. 

One of the featured films is French drama Lost Illusions, which is adapted from Honoré De Balzac’s classic novel of the same name.

It tells the story of Lucien (Benjamin Voisin), a young idealist in 19th-century France who leaves his family business behind and moves to Paris to become a poet. 

The film has won seven César Awards (2022) – the most prestigious Film Awards in France – including Best Film, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Cinematography. 

Additionally, the festival presents films from three local schools – Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, as well as Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

One of the local films featured is Glass, a short film by Arel Koh of LASALLE which sheds light on the issue of domestic abuse that was brought to the fore when the pandemic struck.

Standard tickets cost $15 while concession tickets for students, senior citizens, and domestic workers cost $13. 

Tickets can be purchased on its website

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