23-31 Jan 2006. The French Mozambican Cultural Centre presents a selection of films by European directors as part of the festival Windows onto Europe. The line-up includes: One-Way Ticket to Mombasa (Finland, 2002) by Hannu Tuomainens (23 Jan); The 100 Steps (Italy, 2000) by Marco Tulio Giordana (24 Jan); "Blind Spot" (Slovenia, 2002) by Hanna Antonina Wojcik (25 Jan); A girl (Belgium, 2002), by Dorothe Van den Berghe (26 Jan); Some Secrets (Czech Republic, 2002) by Alice Nellis (27 Jan); Pleasant Days (Hungary, 2002) by Kornl Mundrucz (30 Jan); and Song for a Raggy Boy (Ireland, 2004) by Aisling Walsh (31 Jan). Screenings start at 19.00. Films are shown in original language with subtitles in Portuguese. Admission free.

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Address Centre Culturel Franco-Mozambicain Avenida Samora Machel, 468 Tel. +258 (1) 21314590/21314599/21320787 Email: info@ccfmoz.com
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Window onto European film.

Centre Culturel Franco-Mozambicain Avenida Samora Machel, 468 Tel. +258 (1) 21314590/21314599/21320787 Email: info@ccfmoz.com

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