Dear friends, we have the pleasure of inviting you to the next film screening.
On Tuesday 5th December, we will be screening “The Priest’s Children”, a social drama/comedy, telling the story of a small village in Croatia. The film has a satirical approach to community and faith relations and the stereotypes.
The language is Croatian, with English subtitles. Running time is 93 minutes.
Here are a few comments/reviews on this film:
“Colourful, fun and breezy film” – The Times
“A fine line between light and dark” Peter Bradshaw – The Guardian
Please note that this film contains mild use of explicit slang words a few times throughout the film.
After the film screening, we will also give information updates on two campaigns:
– The global 16-day campaign on Elimination of Violence against Women (25 Nov – 10 Dec), and,
– World Human Rights Day (10 Dec) with the new action day motto, “Love Human Rights”, by the No Hate Speech Movement (NHSM) of the Council of Europe. We will also distribute free publications.
Euro-Mernet Film Club aims to raise awareness on social issues and promote the cultural heritage of diverse communities by screening films from around the world, with particular focus on Mediterranean, Middle East, and the entire Europe.
The films we screen are usually social comedies, satirical pieces, documentaries and similar independent productions. Sometimes our film screenings are followed by a talk by a director/producer/actor/actress themselves and/or a discussion between the guests on the film.
All our film screenings are FREE. You are always welcome to join Euro-Mernet Film Club and enjoy watching films together with us.
More information about past and future Euro-Mernet Film Club screenings and other public events, please visit the our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/euromernet and Euro-Mernet website www.euromernet.org If you wish to be added into our mailing list, you can contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Love, peace and solidarity,