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    • New Talents Open Call
      Eastern Neighbours Film Festival (ENFF) began in The Netherlands in 2008 with the idea to offer Dutch and international audiences a unique glimpse into the cinema of their neighbors from Eastern and Southern Europe. This annual event presents the most recent, exciting, and thought‐provoking films, from countries with small, but often powerful film industries, that… Read more: New Talents Open Call
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      In Work in Progress, emerging filmmakers and artists will present their works in development to the audience and engage in discussions with Dutch experts.
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The Eastern Neighbours Film Festival has just finished its 14th edition, but we prepared a surprise for our most loyal audience!

From today until December 11th, via the link on the Filmhuis Den Haag website, you can watch as many as 13 films (English subtitles) from our program (available only in the Netherlands). You can see all these movies at any time of the day, but from beginning to end without pause. Tickets are €5 per slot.

The films are from five different programs, three short ones (New Talents Competition and Short Documentaries from the Balkans), and two full-length (In Focus – Croatia and Documentaries That Open Debates). One is a Ukrainian documentary, and the other is a Croatian feature film.

Here is a list of all the titles you can watch along with our Festival’s and New Talents Competition trailers:


BURNOUT (Serbia) by Nemanja Mladenovic

THE PRISONER (Poland) by Lukasz Gieranczyk and Filip Drzewiecki

MOTHERS (Lithuania) by Birutė Kapustinskaitė

THE DEVIL (Poland) by Jan Bujnowski


GOING DIASPORA ( Bosnia and Herzegovina) by Damir Mehic

HOOYO, WHY HERE? (Hungary) by Neema Ngelime


SONGS FROM THE BACKYARD (Romania) by Letitia Popa


BOSNIAN BROADWAY (Croatia) by Jasmina Besirevic

RETREAT (Germany, North Macedonia) by Anabela Angelovska

WE,… COMPOSITION (Kosovo, Germany) by Visar Jusufi


DIARY OF A BRIDE OF CHRIST (Ukraine) documentary by Marta Smerechynska

ONCE WE WERE GOOD FOR YOU (Croatia) feature film by Branko Schmidt

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