From 08.05. To 09.05.2005.

Obilježavanje šezdesete godišnjice oslobođenja grada Zagreba

Obilježavanje šezdesete godišnjice oslobođenja grada Zagreba


Films in cycle

Operation Stadium


Directed by: Dušan Vukotić
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ivica Rajković

In 1941, Ustashas establish the Independent State of Croatia and terrorize Serbs, Jews, Gypsies and all Croatians who reject the new government’s policies. At the stadium in Maksimir, Ustashas decide to separate high school kids of Jewish and Serbian nationality from Croatians. However, illegal communists plan to sabotage this action by setting the stadium on fire. Among the young communists is a boy whose girlfriend is Serbian and whose best friend is an ardent Ustasha… Awards: Pula 77' - B...

35mm widescreen, color, 90 minuta
Sunday 08.05.2005 AT 17:00


(Yugoslavia: Croatia, 1962 | Mjesto prikazivanja filma: MM Centar (Studentski centar, Savska cesta 25))

Directed by: Veljko Bulajić
PHOTOGRAPHY: Aleksandar Sekulović

In June of 1942, Germans and their allies attack the partisans on the mountain Kozara in northern Bosnia. Enemy forces have surrounded the area. Partisans try to break through while bringing the wounded and refugees with them. They divide into small groups and hide all over the mountain, hoping that their enemies will pass without noticing them… Most important awards: Golden medal in Moscow (1963); critics’ award in New Delhi; Pula 1962 - Great Golden Arena for the best film, audience’s...

b/w, 127'
Sunday 08.05.2005 AT 19:00

Goodbye, Children

(Au revoir les enfants, 1987)

Directed by: Louis Malle

During WWII, in a Catholic boarding school in the French countryside, two boys become friends. One is a French boy, Julien Quintin, and the other is a Jewish boy, Jean Bonnet, who is being hidden from the Nazis by the friars who run the school. Louis Malle directed this film based on events that actually happened while he was at a boarding school during the war. Most important awards: 1988 European Film Academy - best screenplay; 1988 British Academy - best director; 1987 Venice - Golden...

35 mm, color, 104 minute
Sunday 08.05.2005 AT 21:15

Hart's War


Directed by: Gregory Hoblit

The story takes place in Germany in 1944. The war has all but ended. Colonel William McNamara is still fighting his war, while Lieutenant Thomas Hart is only beginning his. This is an impressive story about heroism. The director had great support from two excellent actors: Colin Farrell, extremely convincing as an inexperienced young soldier, and the brilliant Bruce Willis. The result is a must-see film.

35 mm, color, 125 minuta
Monday 09.05.2005 AT 21:00
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