The European Film Festival, organised by the EU Delegation to Serbia and the EU Info Centre in cooperation with EU Member States’ embassies, runs from 23-30 January offering to the public an opportunity to see contemporary motion pictures from 15 countries of the Old Continent.

The screenings will take place at the EU Info Centre, 7 Kralja Milana st. Throughout the week, the EU Info Centre will host two screenings a day – at 18:00 and 20.30. Even though the entrance is free of charge, it is necessary to pick up the tickets at the EU Info Centre, weekdays from 10:00-19:00 and Saturday from 10:00-15:00.

A total of 15 films will be screened from Denmark, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Belgium, France, Cyprus, Croatia, Italy, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Germany and Sweden.

The Festival will be inaugurated on Monday, 23 January, at 18:00 with the screening of the Austrian film Goodnight, Mommy.

This is the third part of the fifth consecutive European Film Festival organised by the EU Delegation and the EU Info Centre in cooperation with EU Member States’ embassies and cultural centres in Belgrade. In 2016, a novelty was introduced, with the Festival taking place in several cities across Serbia before ending in Belgrade.

This way, the audience in nine cities had a chance to see contemporary films during the first part of the Festival held in May and then during the second part held in October and November. The Festival travelled to Novi Sad, where it was initially opened, followed by Nis, Sabac, Leskovac, Prijepolje, Prokuplje, Obrenovac, Uzice and Negotin.

The Festival will be closed with the screening of Swedish film Palme which deals with the life of former Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme on Monday, 30 January, at 20:30.

The Festival programme can be found at EU Info Centre Facebook page and at

The official social media hashtag of the Festival is #EUfilmFest.