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Coca-Cola FOOD FILM FESTIVAL Zagreb 2015

cffA film festival with a difference will be held from 11-20 September on Zagreb’s Zrinjevac…

Coca-Cola FOOD FESTIVAL Zagreb is a summer gourmet outdoor festival dedicated to films in which food plays a major role. Visitors are guaranteed an unforgettable film gastronomic experience that connects the two arts – film and the art of food preparation.

Coca-Cola FOOD FESTIVAL Zagreb’s best and most creative local restaurants, bistros, cake shops, and wine cellars will be presented during the festival. Evening screenings of foodie films such as Chocolate, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, Chef, Julie and Julia, and Haute Cusine, will be accompanied by some delicious delights. There will also be culinary and wine workshops held throughout the festival.

All visitors will experience a multi-sensory experience where the best Zagreb bistros and restaurants will prepare food which is prepared also on the big screen.

Entry: Free
Food Houses Open Hours: 11-23:30
Films start: 21:00

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