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23 March 2012 :: 14:03:26 pm 62746

Final call to all movie lovers at the highly successful Outdoor-style Pattaya Rooftop Film Festival 2012

The Pattaya film festival 2012, jointly organised by dusitD2 baraquda pattaya hotel, the Goethe-Institute Thailand and BMW — in honour of the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Germany, has run into its final part.
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The outdoor-style festival has been applauded and well received by both Thais & foreigners for being innovative in bringing German films to screen on the Rooftop Lounge of the trendy – dusitD2 baraquda Pattaya.

The first time ever in Thailand and South East Asia rooftop film festival opened its curtain on Friday 3rd February 2012 showing renowned contemporary German films. Seven out of nine outstanding German films have been screened and viewed by hundreds of movie lovers. The Film Festival has been acclaimed to be South East Asia’s first rooftop al fresco style movie experience aiming to promote German Films to German speaking residents who reside in Pattaya as well as to attract those who are interested in the German language & culture.

The remaining two festival weekends will feature the final two, not-to-be-missed German award-winning & most celebrated films which are:

• Ein Freund von mir (A friend of mine) (Friday 23 March)
• Das Leben der Anderen (The Life of Others) (Friday 30 March)

In addition to that, for those of you who weren’t able to attend the acclaimed film “Goodbye Lenin” which was screened on the opening day of the German film festival, The hotel will re-screen this movie on Saturday 31st March 2012. On this particular evening all of the Film Festival partners, which are BMW, Goethe-Institute, Pattaya Mail Media Group will be present as well.

This will be the final night of this highly successful Pattaya Rooftop Fim Fest 2012. Don’t miss it! For more information and reservations please contact Tel. 038 769 999

Category : Travel

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