14 October -15 November 2010. Organised by Europe's diplomatic missions and cultural institutes, the 2010 European Film Festival (EFF) takes place in Dar es Salaam, with some films being screened for the first time in Arusha.
Three weeks of European and Tanzanian film screenings are being shown at the New World Cinema as well as outdoor screenings at the Mnazi Mmoja grounds of Dar es Salaam's City centre.
Expected to include 39 movies, the festival opens with German film Pingpong which was directed by Matthias Luthardt. Other German films being shown are Rhythm is it! and children's movie Hande weg von Missippi.
All three German films take place in the Goethe-Institut, Dar es Salaam. Denmark is represented by Flame & Citron and World's Apart. Ireland has two films: The Commitments and Kisses, Netherlands: The Storm and Frogs & Toads, while Finland is represented by Letters to Father Jacob and The Ricky Rapper.