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Croatian Short Films At Glasgow Film Festival

Five short Croatian films will be shown at this year’s Glasgow Short Film Festival, which will be held in the Scottish city from 7-10 February. The films will be shown as part of a special programme titled “Focus on Croatia”.

The programme focusing on Croatian films is the result of a partnership the Glasgow festival has with Croatia’s international short film festival Tabor Film Festival.

The Scottish public will have the chance to see short films;Tulum by Dalibor Matanic, Nogomet by Ana Husman, Zuti mjesec by Zvonimir Juric, Ona koja mjeri by Veljka Popovic and Onda vidim Tanju by Juraj Lerotic.

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