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Screenings

Thursday, 26. 04. 2018 / 16:45 / Main Hall
Sunday, 29. 04. 2018 / 17:00 / Main Hall
From 4 April 2018.

Men Don't Cry Muškarci ne plaču

Alen Drljević / Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia / 2017 / 98 min / Bosnian

Screenings

Thursday, 26. 04. 2018 / 16:45 / Main Hall
Sunday, 29. 04. 2018 / 17:00 / Main Hall
Drawn from reality and starring actors from across former Yugoslavia, Bosnian director Alen Drljevic offers a touching film about the process of self-acceptance and forgiveness.

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In a remote mountain hotel almost two decades after the end of the war in Yugoslavia, a diverse group of veterans from different countries and religions are gathered at group therapy to confront their post-war trauma. But in this tense atmosphere filled with prejudice, distrust, hatred and grudges, a misguided word or wayward glance quickly reignites personal conflicts.

Drawn from reality and starring actors from across former Yugoslavia, Bosnian director Alen Drljevic offers a touching film about the process of self-acceptance and forgiveness. Awarded Best Director and the Europa Cinema Award at Karlovy Vary, the film has also received awards at FIPRESCI and LIFFe festivals.

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Men Don't Cry Muškarci ne plaču

Alen Drljević

Thursday, 26. 04. 2018 / 16:45 / Main Hall

Drawn from reality and starring actors from across former Yugoslavia, Bosnian director Alen Drljevic offers a touching film about the process of self-acceptance and forgiveness.

Perseverance Perseverance

Miha Knific

Thursday, 26. 04. 2018 / 18:45 / Main Hall

This poetic journey through the collective memory of humanity seeks answers to such existential questions as where we come from and where we are going.

The Last Ice Hunters Zadnji ledeni lovci

Jure Breceljnik, Rožle Bregar

Thursday, 26. 04. 2018 / 20:15 / Small Hall

The documentary feature film explores the 4000 year old tradition of Inuit hunters in eastern Greenland, whose unique culture in an unforgiving natural environment is today threatened with extinction.