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A View from the London bridge: Europe

The Times bfi 48th London Film FestivaL
October 20 to November 4

Cinema Europa listing

The 7th Day (Spain, 2003)
Two internationally renowned European talents, director Carlos Saura and writer Ray Loriga, collaborate on a powerful drama of love and revenge.

Aaltra (Belgium, 2004)
Shot in beautiful black and white CinemaScope, Aaltra is deliciously mordant black comedy and the ultimate wheelchair road movie.

Aftermath (Denmark, 2004)
Poignant and intense study of grief, the story of a young professional couple who have to cope with the loss of their daughter.

Alice and I (Belgium, 2004)
A smaller slice of Belgium comedy, another kind of road movie.

Beneath Her Window (Slovenia, 2003)
Dusha is a young dancer and dance instructor, torn between a dominant mother, an absent father and a married lover, she is sinking into a typical thirty-something.

Blindflyers (Germany, 2004)
School friends Marie and Inga share a passion for music and are determined to escape the boarding school for blind children they both attend.

Brothers (Denmark, 2004)
The relationship between two very different brothers forms the basis for this intense drama from Suzanne Bier, director of Open Hearts.

Caterina in the Big City (Italy, 2003)
A very funny and penetratingly accurate coming of age comedy about the right and left of Italy's social echelons.

Champions (Czech Republic, 2004)
Czech comedy set at the time of the country's victory over Russia in the 1969 ice hockey World Championship.

Czech Dream (Czech Republic, 2004)
A funny and provocative analysis of the world of contemporary media manipulation, based on a hoax perpetrated by two film students.

Darwin's Nightmare (Austria / Belgium / France, 2004)
A comprehensively broad ranging expose of the destructive mechanisms of our time.

The Day of the Hawk (Italy, 2004)
Two aimless losers attempt to commit a bank robbery but bungle it so badly there are inevitably tragic results.

Daybreak (Sweden, 2003)
Three stories of characters at critical points in their lives over one day and one dark night of the soul.

Emma and Daniel - The Meeting (Sweden, 2003)
An exciting family adventure, a film about friendship, differences and how to overcome them.

Harvest Time (Russia, 2004)
A strongly poetic film set on a collective farm in Russia in the 50s.

Head On (Germany, 2003)
An in-your-face picture of modern Germany, which takes few hostages and doesn't much care who it offends.

Héctor (Spain, 2003)
A meticulous depiction of the web of traumas and turmoils that bind a Spanish family.

Here (Bosnia / Croatia / Herzegovina, 2003)
A Croatian feature set during the Balkan conflict.

Hotel (Austria, 2004)
A film from the director of Lovely Rita that plays with the conventions of horror and suspense.

The House Keys (France / Germany / Italy, 2004)
A father who has never met his disabled teenage son is forced into re-examining his life when he has to accompany him to a clinic in Berlin.

I Like Working (Mobbing) (Italy, 2003)
A powerful workplace drama based on a true story that led to a court case and a change in Italian law.

Jester Till (Belgium / Germany, 2003)
The animated tale of a mischievous, fun loving fool who is dismayed to learn of his grandfather's disappearance from the town of Boomstadt.

King's Game (Denmark, 2004)
Nicolaas Arcel's slick and compelling Danish political thriller asks pertinent questions about democracy.

León and Olvido (Spain, 2004)
A dark tale of twins bound by blood but tormented by an uneasy relationship marked by guilt, pressure and the expectations of the community in which they live.

Love in Thoughts (Germany, 2004)
The third screen version of the 1927 Steglitz Student tragedy, an attractive period drama that serves up hedonism and melancholy in equal measure.

The Nomi Song (Germany, 2004)
A celebration of the extraordinary voice and extraordinary appearance of legendary performer Klaus Nomi.

Our Own (Russia, 2004)
Demitri Meskhiev's film revisits the Russian Second World War with new and frightening intensity.

Strings (Denmark, 2004)
Ground breaking fantasy animation from Denmark.

Uno (Norway, 2004)
A compelling and thought-provoking portrait of characters struggling to understand the rules of their game.

Visions of Europe (Austria / Belgium / Cyprus / Czech Republic / Denmark / Estonia / Finland / France / Germany / Greece / Hungary / Ireland / Italy / Latvia / Lithuania / Luxembourg / Malta / Netherlands / Poland / Portugal / Slovakia / Slovenia / Spain / Sweden / UK, 2004)
Twenty film-makers from the 25 member states of the European Union were asked to make a film in which they would convey their vision of life in their country.

Warsaw (Poland, 2003)
A tale of eight characters on a wintry and snow covered day in Warsaw.

With George Bush on My Mind (Spain, 2003)
An accomplished, acerbic drama that wittily probes the paradoxes and politics of art in times of social conflict.

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