British Film Festival

The British Council in partnership with the British Embassy Yerevan and Beeline in Armenia is organising the 15th Anniversary Edition of the British Film Festival from 18 to 24 February. Ken Loach's film ''I, Daniel Blake'' will open the British Film Festival on 18 February at 16.30 at Moscow Cinema.

Seven films will be screened during the festival. In Yerevan, the films will be screened at Moscow Cinema four times a day. The films will be screened at 17.00 and 19.00 in Red Hall in English and at 18.00 and 20.00 in Blue Hall with subtitles. Admission is free. 

British Film Festival features the best and brightest works in the contemporary British cinematography. We are delighted to offer our audience all possible genres ranging from comedies and psychological thrillers to documentary dramas on a variety of topics: music, social problems, family relations, and, of course, love. This year the Film Festival will raise awareness of human rights.

Our yearly British Film Festival is an extremely effective way of helping people to regularly refresh their perceptions of the UK.

Enabling festivals to programme new, high-quality work from the UK therefore remains at the heart of our activities.

Our aim is to introduce to the viewer the United Kingdom, the past and the present of the country, the culture, lifestyle and customs, as well as to nurture the knowledge of the English language and creativity through films.

We requested that you get registered for the Opening Ceremony of the British Film Festival and ''I, Daniel Blake'' Film Screening at 16.30 on 18 February. Please note that registration is now closed because the Hall is totally booked. However, you can watch the same film at 19.00 in Red Hall in English and at 18.00 and 20.00 in Blue Hall with subtitles.