The European Union Film Festival (EUFF) concluded its on-ground
edition in New Delhi on November` 13th and with that the festival is all set to start its virtual edition from 15th November till 15 th December 2022. 35 films across 6 genres in 25 languages will be available to the Indian audience which they can stream anytime, anywhere.

The virtual avatar of the 27th edition of EUFF will bring to the audience a boutique of 30 days of handpicked, high quality cinema that’s curated to delight them. It brings award-winning movies across three sections:

Eurorama: screening latest, award-winning movies from across 27 EU member states:

  • India @ European Film Festivals: curated by Dharamshala International Film Festival it’s a selection of outstanding Indian films that have participated at prestigious European film festivals; and
  • Green Cinema: Addressing Climate Change. The specially curated “India@ European Film Festival” section celebrates 60 years of diplomatic relationship between the EU and India and puts a spotlight on the works of some of the most watched filmmakers from India such as Rajan Khosa, Shrihari Sathe, Rima Das and Shubhashish Bhutiani.

Audiences can register for the festival through Festival Scope or EUFF

The Virtual film festival is a great opportunity for all cinema lovers and people who are generally interested in discovering new cultures & stories to get access to films that are not easily available and may not ever have a theatrical release. The European Union Film Festival is by design the cinema through a completely new lens- the lens of curators who search the world of stories that have the capability to take us by surprise and provide an absolutely new perspective on cinema.

The “free for all” festival organized by the Delegation of the European Union to India, Embassies of EU Member States and regional partners, will feature movies from India and 27 EU member states – Austria, Belgium,
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
and Sweden. Highlighting individual stories yet reflecting universal experiences, these films offer a ‘Window to Europe’ and demonstrate the power of cinema to transcend boundaries and create shared

Step by Step Registration Guide:

  • Enter
  • Click on the film you want to see, then click ‘Watch on Festival Scope’
  • You will be redirected to Festival Scope
    – If it is your first visit, you will have to register here
    – If you have already registered, you will have to sign-in in order to watch the film
  • Once inside Festival Scope, you can watch all films directly here, and it is not necessary to go to again

You can follow us here for updates. Please feel free to reshare: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Brochure of the festival: