European Cinema Shines At FLIFF
European cinema has always had a strong presence at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. This year is no exception as FLIFF showcases a strong collection of films from a mix of emerging and established European film talents.
Most of the European films are situated in the World Cinema section, which is not exclusively but overwhelmingly dominated by European titles. An Englishman in New York, UK director Richard Laxton’s biopic on gay icon and wit Quentin Crisp, focuses on the raconteur’s final 20 years in the Big Apple. John Hurt reprises his celebrated turn in a role he was clearly born to play. He originally appeared in the 1975 telefilm The Naked Civil Servant, based on the memoir of the gay pioneer.
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