Sunday – Something for Everybody

This year’s ZFF is coming to its end, but today is nevertheless packed with screenings. Sunday morning at Europa cinema is intended for the Bib for Kids and the youngest film lovers (3-5 years of age). First Time at the Cinema at 11am features a selection of short animated films from Czech Republic, chosen by Jaroslava Hynštova, the programmer of Zlin Film Festival. The same section at 11am will also be screened at KUC Travno and NS Dubrava.

At 6pm, Europa cinema is screening the Brazilian film Loveling by Gustavo Pizzi, which opened this year’s festival edition, and at 8.30pm it will be Wildlife, the debut film by Paul Dano, the American indie actor who made a name for himself with a role in Little Miss Sunshine. The winning film, The Load, the outstanding and humane debut by Ognjen Glavonić, demonstrating that dreams of the future exist despite all odds (Europa at 4pm) and Tuškanac at 9.30pm.

At the Museum of Contemporary Art don’t miss the last screenings in Together Again and The Great 5 section. Lada Kamenski, directed by Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić is scheduled for 6pm. At Pula Film Festival the film won the FEDEORA Award for best Croatian film, and Hribar won the best debut award. Loro, a film about the entourage of businessmen and ambitious politicians surrounding the media tycoon and the most corrupt parliamentarian in the history of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi., directed by the great Paolo Sorrentino, is scheduled for 8pm.

Tuškanac is again the place for reruns of the Checkers entries, at 12am and 2pm. At 5pm it will be Double Lives by Olivier Assayas. Existentialist crises, betrayals and misunderstandings connect two couples, whereas a crisis of print media, digital revolution in the publishing industry and the growingly stronger role of social media in culture take place in the backdrop of their relationships. The film stars Juliette Binoche and Guillaume Canet.

At 7.30pm Tuškanac cinema is screening the Cinema Mediterranean program and Heiresses by Marcelo Martinessi. The film won four awards this year at Berlinale. The evening program of the last festival day also takes place in the neighbourhood cinemas.