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22nd Days Of Croatian Film Opens

The 22nd Days of Croatian Film kicks off on Monday with the very best of the Croatian film scene on display until 21 April. The best local feature films, documentaries, animation, experimental and musical videos will be vying for a range of awards during the 7-day film feast which will be held at the Student Centre in Zagreb

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