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EFF continues with The Marathon
The European Film Festival (EFF) continues at MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain.
Tickets for all screenings are $30 each, with tickets for children and students (with student ID) priced at $20. For more information on the EFF, including the full schedule of films and screening dates and times, visit ttfilmfestival.com/eff, or European Film Festival—Trinidad and Tobago on Facebook.
WHAT’S ON AT THE EFF TODAY
11 am Life Feels Good: Maciej Pieprzyca, 2013, Poland/107 mins
1.15 pm Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa: Declan Lowney, 2013, UK/90 mins
3.30 pm The Strange Little Cat: Ramon Zürcher, 2013, Germany/72 mins
5.45 pm Cousinhood (Primos): Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, 2011, Spain/98 mins
8 pm The Marathon: Diederick Koopal, 2012, The Netherlands/107 mins
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