Sunday at 19th ZFF: Final Chance to Watch Films from a Rich Program

On the last day of the 19th Zagreb Film Festival, Sunday, November 21, the audience can watch several films, among which are several award-winning titles, in SC Cinema, Tuškanac Cinema, &TD Theatre, and Urania where the 6th KinoKino festival is held. Sunday is also the last chance to see films in the online programs of ZFF.

The winner of the Golden Pram in the main competition, Great Freedom by Sebastian Meise will be screened in SC Cinema at 16 h. The Austrian Academy Award candidate, which won the jury award in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard, intertwines the personal, sensual, and political through a portrait of an unusual relationship between two men who meet in prison. The powerful feel-good Kosovar drama which opened the 19th ZFF last Sunday, Hive by Blerta Basholli, will be screened at the same location at 18.30 h, and the twisted French fantasy Titan by Julia Ducournau is on at 21 h in SC Cinema.

Our youngest audience can watch the winners of the KinoKino International film festival for children in Urania. The winner of the KinoKino professional jury award, Sisters – The Summer We Found Our Superpowers by Silja Salomonsen and Arild Østin Ommundsen will begin at 11, and Mission Ulja Funk by Barbara Kronenberg, winner of the KinoKino children’s jury award, will be shown at 18h. The former follows the epic adventure of two sisters through Norwegian mountains, while the latter’s protagonist dives into an exciting adventure through Eastern Europe to see an asteroid fall. On Sunday, as in previous days, audience members of KinoKino festival will be able to rate the movies and decide on the audience award.

All five films from The Great 5 program will be available to see during the afternoon and evening in Tuškanac Cinema. An exciting German thriller about antifascist youth And Tomorrow The Entire World by Julia von Heinz is on at 13 h. It is followed at 15.30 by the Spanish black comedy The Good Boss by Fernand León de Aranoa, with Javier Bardem in yet another masterful role of a charming villain. The British film about a hectic evening in a prestigious London restaurant, Boiling Point by Philip Barantini is on at 18 h, and the cheerful social French drama dedicated to the socialist project of collective housing, Gagarine by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh, is on at 20 h. Sunday in Tuškanac Cinema will conclude at 22 h with the screening of a touching Italian family drama Macaluso Sisters by Emma Dante.

The Together Again program will finish with a screening at 18 h in &TD Theatre where the audience will watch Amira by Egyptian director Mohamed Diab, who was chosen as the official Jordanian Academy Award candidate ten days ago. The audience will then have the last chance to vote for the winner of the audience award in the program. After that, at 20.30, we have The Fourteenth Day, a Yugoslav classic by deceased director Zdravko Velimirović. This political drama, which was in the running for the Palme d’Or in Cannes, is a part of The Network of Festivals in the Adriatic Region program.

Sunday is also the last chance to see films in online programs of ZFF – PLUS, Icebreakers, LUX, and Festivals In The Spotlight – which are available at the platform. Films from The Network of Festivals in the Adriatic Region can also be seen online on the platform, and films from the Checkers program are available at