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The 2016 edition of the event gets going Monday evening with a projection of Alex van Warmerdam's feature "Borgman".In the intervening 10 days, EFF will present a wide range of films from the European continent.Among the latter is a selection of classic European films from the latter 20th century which are rarely projected outside repertory cinemas.Movie lovers looking for something light-hearted will appreciate the festival's package of comedies from yesteryear. It's a pleasantly absurd deconstruction of the Hollywood Western – one U.S. critic compared MacLean's work to that of the Coen brothers – and the film took the Grand Jury Prize (World Cinema) at last year's Sundance Film Festival.Pawlikowski's film has been lauded by the critical community for the gorgeous framing and charcoal-shaded, black-and-white cinematography as well as the brisk story-telling. It's just as well the film won last year's Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
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