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South East European 2010 Film Festival: Film Line-Up

Los Angeles’  South East European 2010 Film Festival line-up has been announced. The 5th annual South East European (SEE) Fest, “according to its organizers, … is the only festival in the United States dedicated to movies made in that (very, very) culturally diverse part of the world.” You find a full listing of the films to be shown at The 5th annual SEEFest below.

7 p.m., Thursday, April 29 (double feature)

The Wall, directed by Arnold Schwartzman

Goodbye, How Are You?, directed by Boris Mitic

8 p.m.

Alive!, directed by Artan Minarolli

6 p.m., Friday, April 30 (double feature)

Ploha, directed by Kostana Banovic

Secret Years, directed by Mariá Takács

9 p.m.

The Blacks, directed by Zvonimir Juric, Goran Devic

Saturday, March 1

Albania: The Country Across (The Adriatic Sea), directed by Roland Sejko, Mauro Brescia

3 p.m. (double feature)

What Your Grandfather Left is Safe Here, directed by Aziz Imamoglu

Bells, Threads & Miracles, directed by Marianna Economou

5 p.m.

I Am Not Your Friend, directed by György Pálfi

7 p.m.

The Other Irene, directed by Andrei Gruzsniczki

Sunday, May 2

1 p.m.

A Farewell to Hemingway, directed by Svetoslav Ovtcharov

2:30 p.m. (double feature)

Apostol Karamitev, directed by Max Freeman

Rapresent, directed by Ivana Todorovic

5 p.m.

9:06, directed by Igor Sterk

7 p.m.

Voices Unveiled – Turkish Women Who Dare, by Binnur Karaevli

Monday, May 3 – Closing Night- James Bridges Home Theater UCLA

A Step Into Darkness, directed by Atil Inac

April 29 – May 2, Goethe-Institut Los Angeles

Kiosk Program

The Kiosk Program is a parallel program reserved for trailers, experimental and short films, including presentation of films by expat filmmakers.

SEE Fest will be hosting its 2nd annual Business Conference on South East Europe’s cinema on May 3 from 9am-1pm at the Center for Managing Enterprises in Media, Entertainment & Sports (MEMES) at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management complex. The SEE Fest Business Conference is described as “a half-day seminar on packaging and financing international productions, producing in South East Europe, and the role of new media in distribution of foreign films.”

The 5th annual SEE Fest will be held at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles, Ca. 90036.

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