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Panorama Europe Film Festival



Panorama Europe Film Festival

Panorama Europe Film Festival returns for its tenth year with a selection of sixteen feature films and one short program, from May 4 to May 31, at Museum of the Moving Image and Bohemian National Hall. It opens on Friday, May 4 with the experimental art-world documentary thriller The End of Fear.

The Italian film is: Beyond the One (Al di la’ dell’uno)

Italy/France/Germany. Dir. Anna Marziano. 2017, 53 mins. Digital projection. Italian with English subtitles.

Shooting across continents on glowing Super 8 and 16mm, artist filmmaker Anna Marziano offers a poetic, generously human meditation on the many and varied forms love can take. Working from the premise that everyone loves in a unique way, Beyond the One interweaves evocative allusions to literature, music, and cinema with a reflection on our singular/plural condition, illustrated through various ways of sharing and nourishing relationships as well as through situations where love (or the lack thereof) has become a form of pain. What emerges is a far-reaching, gracefully profound essay on the experience of human connection, a conversation recording traces of our intimate relational life and its essential ambiguity. New York premiere.


Panorama Europe 2018, co-presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the members of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture), includes fiction and documentary works that provide a portrait of contemporary Europe during a period of intense and often dramatic flux. The festival gives New Yorkers an eclectic overview of the current European film scene, highlighting recent films from throughout the continent, several of which explore dialogues between the historic upheavals of the twentieth century and the current moment. The programmer of this year’s edition, Nellie Killian, observes that “while the films still range in style and subject matter, representing the diversity of the various countries, there were so many opportunities to find resonances between them”.

Coordinated by Gaelle Duchemin, European Union Delegation to the United Nations in partnership with the Czech Center New York/Bohemian National Hall, it sees the participation of nineteen different Countries. It is supported by the EU Policy & Outreach Partnership (EU POP) of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States.

Tickets for screenings at MoMI are $15 (with discounts for seniors, students, and Museum members) and free at Bohemian National Hall. Advance tickets at MoMI are available at
Please note: ICI discount code  euro20  ( for 20% off tickets to any Panorama Europe film.)

Full lineup and schedule

Panorama Europe’s tenth year coincides with the European Year of Cultural Heritage, an initiative to encourage more people to engage with Europe's cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. For more information, visit the WEB SITE


Date: Sunday, May 20, 2018

Time: At 2:00 pm

Organized by : European Union Delegation to the United Nations

In collaboration with : ICI

Entrance : With fee


Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35 Ave, Astoria,