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European Union Film Festival: Příliš mladá noc (A Night Too Young)

Příliš mladá noc (A Night Too Young)

dir. Olmo Omerzu

Czech Republic, 2012, 65 minutes

Czech, with English sub-titles

Premiering at the Berlin International Film Festival, A Night Too Young received much critical acclaim. The intense and concise film follows a duo of twelve-year-old boys who unwittingly stumble into a new year’s party with three adults in a small, sleepy Czech town on a snowy December 31st. Their first encounters with alcohol, cigarettes, and the law colour this fateful night with a combination of awkwardness, hilarity, and dream-like intensity as the boys observe the behaviour of the adults. As The Hollywood Reporter notes, “[this] smartly- handled innocence-in-peril feature introduces a promising new writer-director from central Europe.”


28th European Union Film Festival
November 14, 2013 until December 1, 2013

Join us for world-class, award-winning, and Oscar-submitted films from 27 countries across the European Union!
Special guests welcomed this year include Matthias Drescher, producer of the acclaimed drama Shifting the Blame (Germany).

Other festival evenings will be introduced with exclusive video greetings from filmmakers or actors, and many nights are followed by complimentary Embassy receptions. All of the films shown are Ottawa premieres, presented at the Auditorium of 395 Wellington St., Ottawa (Library and Archives Canada building).

Box office opens outside the Auditorium one half hour before screening time. All tickets, memberships and festival passes can only be purchased at the box office. Advance tickets for the EUFF are also sold at the door. Cash only.

$12.00 (includes HST): Non-member General Admission
$8.00 (includes HST): CFI Members, seniors (65+), students
$35.00 (includes HST): 5-Film Passport (CFI Members only)

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