A packed out Kino Europa cinema in Zagreb was treated to the first screening in Croatia of the triple laureate of Venice Critics Week – Nobody’s Child – by Serbian filmmaker Vuk Ršumović. The film is based on the true story about the wild boy from Travnik, Bosnia-Herzegovina who was found in Bosnian mountains in 1988. The film is a Serbian-Croatian co-production. The co-producer is Ankica Jurić Tilić and the original score was composed by Pavo Miholjević and Jure Ferina of Croatian band Svadbas.
Zagreb Film Festival closes on 26 October after screening over 100 films in 12 various programmes. Around 100 directors, actors, producers and filmmakers from across the world have descended on Zagreb for the festival. Check out the full programme here.