DAY 3 | FRIDAY 9 NOVEMBER | FILMHUIS DEN HAAG
A short film gems from East and South-East Europe
MEN DON’T CRY – OR DO THEY?
This brilliantly written and directed film impressively touches on the post-war traumas of those who participated in the wars in former Yugoslavia. MEN DON’T CRY won many awards at film festivals and was the Bosnian submission for the Oscars. Guest: director Alen Drljevic.
PARADISE ‘89 reflects on the time when Latvia fought for democracy and independence. This family film tells the true story of four young girls plunging into reckless adventures and getting into trouble. Guest: director Madara Dišlere.
AVANT-PREMIERE of a new Croatian film
Captivating drama ALL ALONE about a divorced father and his battle to see his daughter has its premiere at the ENFF before hitting Dutch cinemas. A darkly humorous character study and snapshot of a community. Guest: director Bobo Jelcic, editor Vladimir Gojun and producer Zdenka Gold.
DAYBREAK – BETWEEN ETHICAL AND EXISTENTIAL
Albanian submission for the Oscars 2018. DAYBREAK is a compelling contemporary drama of a single mother dealing with morality and compromises. What choices would you make in order to provide a basic existence for yourself and your child? Guest: director Gentian Koçi
FREE WINE TASTING
Discover the amazing taste of wines from Eastern Europe, accompanied by interesting stories about each wine region. Join us today at 17.00 in Filmhuis Den Haag. The wine tasting is offered by AndereWijn.