TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS | Saturday, November 9
Good morning film lovers! Have you had a good night’s rest? Ready for a weekend full of film? Today take your family to the Filmhuis, have a shorts marathon, see a Polish classic from the ‘80’s, and get an answer to the question: can football bring peace?
An adventure for the whole family!
For the first time at ENFF, we show two family films to visit with the whole bunch: friends, neighbours, partners, kids, grannies… GAJA’S WORLD, starring renown actor Sebastian Cavazza is a Slovenian comedy with a little crime story! A huge hit in domestic cinemas as well as the Best Film in Children’s Programme at the Sarajevo Film Festival and Motovun Buzz@teen. Get to know the cast and crew after during the Q&A with director/writer Peter Bratuša, co-writer Špela Levičnik Oblak and the actor Sebastian Cavazza!
bringing peace through a sports game
Mostar: historically important and attractive for tourists. After the war in the 1990s the beautiful city has lived its peace as a divided city, separated on two sides by the Neretva River. In MOSTAR UNITED, one football trainer tries to bring unity, when coaching teams from different sides of the city.
I SEE RED PEOPLE
What is the price of unravelling a dark family history? Join us in the cinema for I SEE RED PEOPLE, a brave and thrilling documentary investigation about the young, female filmmaker’s own family’s participation in state espionage during communism in Bulgaria. How will her artistic research affect the family ties and how far can she go?
A definite, must-see, Polish film classic
Don’t know where to start your journey into Eastern European cinema? Begin with a classic! A YEAR OF THE QUIET SUN (1984) by Polish master Krzysztof Zanussi, is a sensual romantic drama in which love doesn’t need many words in order to be expressed. One of the most moving love stories in Eastern European cinema and winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.