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Motovun Film Festival Finale in Zagreb

zagrebMake sure not to miss this years finale of the Motovun Film Festival which will be taking place at Lauba, Zagreb from 20 – 31 August…

The 12-day programme consists of 12 feature films and 10 shorts. Audiences will once again be able to see Propeller of Motovun award-winning Belgian-French film ‘Wakhan Front’, which is the story of mysterious disappearances of soliders from the front line in Afghanistan.

Other films to be screened include new Alex Gibney’s controversial documentary about scientology, ‘Going Clear: the Scientology and Prison of Belief’, Icelandic comedy ‘Virgin Mountain’ with unforgettable Gunnar Jonsson in the role of a gentle giant in love. New addition to this year’s programme are two films for children – Irish animated fairy-tale ‘Song of the Sea’ and Danish film ‘Antboy: Revenge of the Red Fury’.

Ticket price: 20 kuna (Available at Lauba box-office, 1 hour before screenings)
All films have english subtitles

Complete program is available here

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