Festival venues

Cinema Europa

Varšavska 3

Cinema Europa is an iconic cinema in Zagreb and a protected cultural heritage site of the Republic of Croatia. This year it celebrated its important birthday – the 90th anniversary of its opening! It was commissioned by the wealthy Zagreb-based Müller family and built by architect Srećko...


Cinema Tuškanac

Tuškanac 1

Due to a long-time poor offer in film art, lack of venues for running non-repertory and non-commercial, alternative and amateur film, in 2001 the Croatian Film Clubs’ Association, in collaboration with the Croatian Cinematheque, launched Film programmes at Tuškanac Cinema. This primarily met the...


Zagreb Dance Center

Ilica 10

Zagreb Dance Centre (ZDC) boasts the status of the first venue built exclusively for dance purposes in Croatia. ZDC is meant as a choreographic-dance centre – its residencies and other programs stimulate the development of a new generation of Zagreb and Croatian choreographers and support research...


Museum of Contemporary Art

Dubrovnik Avenue 17

The Museum was established on 21 December 1954, when the decision of the former People’s Committee of the City of Zagreb founded the City Gallery of Contemporary Art with the aim of following, documenting and promoting events, styles and trends in contemporary art. The Gallery immediately began to...


Docucinema KIC

Preradovićeva 5

Opened in 2009, Docucinema is a unique cinema in the region, specialising in documentary films only. Its program follows the world trends in documentary production, giving Zagreb audience a chance to see the latest and most interesting documentary films. Cultural and Information Centre...


Academy of Dramatic Art

Marshall Tito Square 5

The Academy of Dramatic Art (ADU) is the oldest Croatian university institution focusing on drama teaching. Its theatre, film and dance departments encompass almost all the aspects of theatre, performing, film and media art on a practical, theoretical and scholarly level. The departments of Acting...