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4 Croatian Films at 41st Seattle International Film Festival

festFour award-winning Croatian productions will screen at the 41st Seattle International Film Festival, which started yesterday and runs until 7 June…

Two feature films, ‘These Are the Rules’, by Ognjen Sviličić, and Danish-Croatian-Swedish co-production ‘Itsi Bitsi’, will screen in Contemporary World Cinema section, whilst the German-Croatian co-production ‘The Chicken’, directed by Una Gunjak, will be shown in a selection of short films called Facts of Life. Dalibor Martinis’s experimental film ‘Odessa/Stairs/1925/2014′ will screen in Alternate Worlds.


The films ‘These Are the Rules’, ‘Itsi Bitsi’ and ‘The Chicken’ were co-funded by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre.
Established in 1976, the Seattle International Film festival is among the ten most respected North American film festivals, annually showing over 300 titles. Check out more details about this year’s edition on the official festival website. (havc)

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