Europe on Screen in their 19th time return, will be bringing more than 100 films from 27 European countries to audiences across Indonesia. Not only in Jakarta, it will also be held in other cities such as, Bekasi, Tangerang, Bandung, Medan, Denpasar, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya.
This year, they are bringing 6 UK Feature Films varying from drama to action and 1 Documentary, in which some will be screened on an open air theatre, reliving Indonesian outdoor screening culture.
We have gathered for you a brief schedule of when and where the UK Films will be playing at:
|Hotel Artemis||Friday, 19 April at 20.45||Erasmus Huis (Open Air)|
|Sunday, 28 April at 18.30|
|I Am Not a Witch||Saturday, 20 April at 12.00||Erasmus Huis Auditorium|
|Sunday, 21 April at 12.00||Goethe-Institut|
|Sunday, 28 April at 12.00||IFI Jakarta|
|Early Man||Sunday, 21 April at 19.00||Bintaro Xchange|
|Tuesday, 23 April at 19.00||Summarecon Mall Bekasi|
|Saturday, 27 April at 19.00|
|Sunday, 28 April at 16.00||Bintaro Xchange|
|The Commuter||Monday, 22 April at 19.00||Summarecon Mall Bekasi|
|Thursday, 25 April at 19.00|
|Ghost Stories||Tuesday, 23 April at 18.30||Erasmus Huis (Open Air)|
|Saturday, 27 April at 20.45||Erasmus Huis (Open Air)|
|10 x 10||Thursday, 25 April at 18.30||Erasmus Huis (Open Air)|
|They Shall Not Grow Old||Friday, 26 April at 17.15||Erasmus Huis Exhibition|
|Saturday, 27 April at 14.30||GoetheHaus|
All screenings are free, but audiences need to register to reserve a ticket for each films. This year, Europe on Screen applies a membership system where audiences can obtain the card for free in Jakarta venues and is only valid during the festival. To become a member, simply come to one of the screening venues one hour before the scheduled screening.
For more info related to the event, please visit Europe on Screen's official website on the link below.