It’s the time of the year once again when Kagay-anons are treated to a festival of European Films. This November 13 – 16, 2014, visit Rodelsa Hall, Liceo de Cagayan University for a free viewing of 21 films from 16 participating European countries.
Cine Europa 2014 is the sixth time since 2009 that the Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines is hosting the film fest in Cagayan de Oro. Among the notable films in this year’s line up are the two movies from Italy, namely Una Sconfinata Giovinezza (A Second Childhood) and Scialla (Easy!)
Una Sconfinata Giovinezza or A Second Childhood explores the story of a happily married couple and how things suddenly make a turn for the worst when the husband begins showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
Looking for something thought-provoking and heart-wrenching to help you spend your Sunday evening? See this movie with family and friends on Sunday, November 16, from 6pm onwards.
Scialla! or Easy! Is a comedy film about a retired Italian teacher who tutors for a living. His world is turned upside down when he finds out that one of his students, a rebellious teenager, is actually his son. This movie will be shown on Friday, November 14, at 1pm. So if you’re looking for something fun to end your week, head over to Rodelsa Hall for a laughter-packed afternoon.
For more details about the Cine Europa 2014 Cagayan de Oro leg, visit the LDCU page.
Did you know that there’s a multi-awarded Italian building located in Cagayan de Oro? Primavera Residences is a twin-tower 10-storey development located in uptown Cagayan de Oro, a few steps from SM City CDO. Tower 1 is ready for occupancy with units available for short-term and long-term rental while Tower 2 is currently offered for pre-selling and ready to be turned over early next year.
For more information, visit www.primaveraresidences.com.
Note: Cine Europa 17 poster courtesy of Liceo de Cagayan University website.