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South East European Film Festival

Southeast European Film Festival, Los Angeles (SEEfest) is a competition festival which educates about the cultural diversity of Southeast Europe and fosters cultural exchange through its annual presentations of films from the countries of the Balkans and Caucasus. Categories: Feature films, narrative documentaries, short fiction and short docs as well as short animation. Submissions are typically opened from mid-September to mid-February. SEEfest is week-long event and takes place annually at the end of April-beginning of May, in Los Angeles, CA. Awards are given in all categories by juries of Hollywood professionals. For more info, please visit


Film Series, Soviet History Through Soviet Film, starts tonight, Jan. 17!

Calling all cineastes! There's a film series starting tonight from a part of the world that's had an huge influence on South East Europe, so I wanted to alert you. It's being put on by the UCLA Center for European and
Eurasian Studies. The first film is tonight:


Date:   Tues., Jan. 17, 2011

Time:   6:30pm

Place:   UCLA, 11630F
Charles E. Young Research Library

Park:    Structure 3
(off Sunset)

Walk south past Melnitz Hall and the Broad Art Center to the
Sculpture Garden. Young Research Library will be to the west (on your right).


Tonight’s film, “The Fate of a Man,”
directed by and starring Sergei Bondarchuk, was made in 1959 and follows a
war-weary Soviet soldier at the end of World War II as he attempts to adopt a
forlorn orphaned boy. The film, based on the
novel by Mikhail Sholokhov,
became an international hit and began a great humanist tradition in Soviet
cinema. There’s a discussion afterward by Professor Michael Heim, UCLA Slavic
Languages and Literatures. Don’t miss it—tonight only!


Other upcoming films in the
Soviet History Through Soviet Film Series include:


Tues. Jan 31, 6:30pm 

Spring on Riverside Street, (Marlen Kutsief, 1956)


Tues, Feb. 14, 6:30pm

Dersu Uzala (Akira Kurosawa, 1975)


Tues., Feb. 28, 6:30pm

Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (Vladimir Menshov, 1979)


Tues. March 13, 6:30pm

Freedom is Paradise (Sergei
Bodrov, 1989)


See you there! -- Deirdre


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