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October 30, 2002   
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Silver Screen cinema will host the Seventh Review of European Union Films, Nov. 15-28.

Festival screenings will include a selection of recent film productions shot in the countries of the 15 EU member states. The gala opening of the festival will start with Piotr Trzaskalski's movie—Edi, Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m.

Regular screenings begin Nov. 15 and each film will be shown three times. The festival program includes Juan La Loca (Spain), Down (Holland), A Song For Martin (Sweden), Jump Tomorrow (England), The State I Am In (Germany), Flickering Lights (Denmark), Ikarus (Austria), Marie-Jo And Her Two Loves (France), The Dauphin (Portugal), Risotto (Greece), The Most Fertile Man In Ireland (Ireland), Kites Over Helsinki (Finland), Angela (Italy) and Thomas In Love (Belgium).

Screenings will take place at 5 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. at Silver Screen, 17 Puławska St.

Tickets cost zl.15, zl.12 (students) and zl.10 (organized groups).

Tel. 852-81-11; www.silverscreen.com.pl info@silverscreen.com.pl.
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