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[PHOTOS] 62nd Pula Film Festival Opens

pulaFamous Croatian film producer and Oscar award winner, Branko Lustig, has opened the 62nd Pula Film Festival last night…

This year’s festival will be held until 25 July at 14 different locations throughout the city of Pula. During the eight days of the Festival, 128 films will be screened in 12 film programmes. There will be 23 professional events for film professionals as part of Pula PRO programme, two workshops for children and youth – Professor Baltazar’s Adventure laboratory and RED workshops, five exhibitions and eight musical events.

Branko Lustig arrives top open the festival

Branko Lustig arrives to open the festival

“I am glad to say that Pula Film Festival is no longer just a place where to watch films but also a meeting and networking hub for film professionals through our programmes, especially through Pula PROfessional and it is also a place of education and training for future generations of lovers of film art through our film programmes and interactive workshops intended for children and young people. Our goal is to offer Festival visitors and participants the best possible experience of all aspects of film art” said Pula Film Festival Director Gordana Restović.

Check out the programme over the next 7 days here.

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