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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Festival of Tolerance will be scheduled from October 4 to October 15.
JFF Zagreb informs the public about the postponement of the public gatherings programs those were planned in the coming period.
A screening of Schindlers's List and a short movie "From Auschwitz to the Stage" took place today at noon at the Palace of Nations in Geneva in memory of Branko Lustig.
"I can, I will... and then I must."
Branko Lustig, the most famous Croatian film producer and winner of two Oscars for the films "Schindler's List" in 1993 and "Gladiator" in 2000, passed away on November 13, 2019 in Zagreb.
Discussion on EU future was held after the screening of the film Feminister
The issue of refugees and migrants was discussed at the Film & Discussion: EU program organized by the Festival of Tolerance
Festival of Tolerance continues it's concept of film projections and discussions about actualities outside the festival format. After the screening of film Midnight Traveler follows the discussion on topics of refugees and migrants.
By the end of this year, the organization Ars Septima will announce a screenwriting contest for young and unknown screenwriters. The winning screenplay will be announced at the 14th Festival of Tolerance in April of 2020.
Over seven days and in three different venues, the Festival showed almost 80 films and organized numerous educational and entertaining programs. Despite the issue of having to move a part of the program to a new venue, everything went according to plan.
The festival hit Ex-shaman (shown at 7 pm), which won awards at the Berlin Film Festival and Chicago Film Festival, follows the once isolated Amazon tribe Paiter Surui that has been facing assaults of the modern era ever since 1969, when it made first contact with the white man.
The award-winning film Erased will be presented by the film's stars and crew. The program also includes three excellent children's films and two exceptional documentaries.
Bobo Jelčić’s Master Class was held at the SC Cinema during which the director talked about the creative process during the making of his award-winning film titled A Stranger.
The last day of the 13th Festival of Tolerance, Saturday, April the 13th, brings three eye-catching children’s films from the Festival’s new program Small Steps.
Day before the last day of the Festival after the projection of the film M, at 4 pm in Kinoteka cinema, there will be a discussion Childhood Stealers, about child abuse done by church officials.
The Round Table Discussion on Jasenovac once again drew attention to the truth about the horrific crimes committed in the Ustaša camp.
The screening is scheduled for 7 pm in cinema Kinoteka.
As part of the film programme Reality Bites, there is an intriguing documentary Hamada directed by Eloy Dominguez Serena who will attend the projection in Kinoteka cinema at 9 pm, after which he will be answering questions from the audience.
On the occasion of the publication of Jasenovac, the round table discussion will be organised with the participation of professor Ivo Goldstein, PhD., Goran Hutinec, PhD., Nataša Mataušić and Lordan Zafranović.
Tolerance Talk will engage in taboo theme of female pleasure. The discussion He's a Stud, she' a slut will follow after the projection of the great documentary #Female pleasure, starting at 6 pm at Kinoteka cinema.
The audience particularly enjoyed the American comedy To Dust, which received the Tribeca Film Festival audience award, and the global festival circuit hit Diamantino, a sort of comedy with elements of a queer SF thriller.
EDUCATIONAL MORNING scheduled for today (Thursday, April 11) at 11 am will be held at Student Centre Cinema instead of Tuškanac Cinema. Experts from the Polish Museum Majdanek will present this institution that is at same time the first museum of torutre and the oldest memorial to the victims of...
American comedy awarded by the audience award at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival screens today at cinema SC at 7 pm.
Tonight at 9 pm in Student Centre Cinema we will have the opportunity to enjoy in Croatian premiere of one of the biggest surprises of last year's selection of Cannes - the Portuguese-French comedy Diamantino
Participants of the discussion are former President of the Republic of Croatia Ivo Josipović, historians Tvrtko Jakovina and Goran Hutinec, and attorney Čedo Prodanović.
Students of elementary and secondary schools were struck by the testimony of Holocaust survivor Vesna Domani Hardy.
The program for Wednesday is bursting with attractive titles, including the Prosecuting Evil, a new documentary by Barry Avrich on Ben Ferencz, the last surviving prosecutor from Nürnberg, who sticks to his motto "law, not war," his entire life.
The film is scheduled for 4 pm in Kinoteka Cinema as a part of the American Corner programme.
After the screening of the film Reconstructing Utøya there will be a discussion on the question of facing the trauma.
Murer - Anatomy of a Trial is on the programme of the Festival of Tolerance today, at 7 PM at cinema Student Centre. Director Christian Frosch will personally present the film to the audience.
Tuesday's programme will present us some spectacular documentaries about the butcher from Vilnius, the fugitives from the Taliban Taliban and the courageous Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Tonight is scheduled for the first Tolerance Talk called Journalism: Truth Behind the Truth. Crisis in journalism will be discussed by Hrvoje Zovko, president of Croatian Journalism Society, Tihomir Ponoš, journalist of Novi list and Hrvoje Krešić, journalist on N1.
How and also why was 'Srbenka', one of the most rewarded Croatian films, created? Everything about the film and its creation will be revealed in today's Masterclass of Tolerance by the author himself, Nebojša Slijepčević at 3 o'clock in SC cinema.
The abundant Festival program was kicked off with the excellent film Werwolf by the Polish director Adrian Panek in the Student Center cinema before a large audience
The exhibition called 'They Fill No Space' showcasing reproductions of Polish murals will be presented in Zagreb during the period 6 – 17 April
Instead of the announced cinema Europa, the Festival’s opening ceremony and most of the main program will be held in the Zagreb Student Center. The program comprises more than 70 films and educational programs, exhibitions, discussion forums, concerts...
Instead of the cinema Europa, the opening ceremony of the Festival of Tolerance – JFF Zagreb will be held in the cinema Studentski centar, on Sunday, 7 April, at 7:00 pm
More than 70 brilliant films, rich educational programme, discussions, round tables, presentation of books and two concerts – the abundant programme is waiting for you from April 7th until April 13th at Student Center, Kinoteka and Tuskanac.
The opening ceremony will take place on April 6th on the plateau in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art (Avenija Dubrovnik 17, Zagreb) at 6 PM.
As part of the Festival of Tolerance, the exhibition Oni / They opened in Zagreb. On four squares, the portraits of four refugees shot by eminent Croatian photographers are shown.
From 1 April to 15 April, pop-up installations will be set up on four squares of the City of Zagreb (Ban Jelačić Square, Preradović Square, Square of the Republic of Croatia and the King Tomislav Square), showing portraits of four refugees from Syria, Iraq and Iran, who are currently living in Croatia.
More than 70 brilliant films, traditional Educational Mornings, two exhibitions, discussions, round tables, presentation of books and two concerts – the abundant programme is waiting for you from April 7th until April 13th at cinemas SC, Kinoteka and Tuskanac and public spaces in the city of Zagreb.
On Tuesday, 26 March, find out everything about the Festival’s film program, special guests, intriguing exhibitions, concerts, educational mornings, round table discussions and debates on socially engaged topics.
The 13th iteration of the Festival of Tolerance - JFF Zagreb, with more than 60 award-winning films, well-known directors and actors and a rich accompanying entertainment and educational program, also brings numerous novelties. One of them is the Masterclass of Tolerance.
The Austrian biographical film titled “Angelo” is one of the highlights of this year's programme. The film is based on the life story of an African slave who was baptised and educated at the Vienna court only to become a black mascot of the aristocracy later on.
In collaboration with POLIN – the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, reproductions of murals found all over Poland which speak about the past of the Polish Jews, will be shown in the streets of Zagreb.
Photographic portraits of four refugees living in Croatia and an exhibition on murals reviving memories of Polish Jews In the public be set up in the public space of Zagreb.
As part of the Tolerance Talk program, this year’s discussion topics will range from the issue of the so-called gay conversion therapy, community activism, issues of Europe and racism, human rights, the migrant crisis to how the Holocaust changed the world and child sexual abuse by members of the clergy.
By introducing the medium of film as an educational platform and by selecting feature and documentary films of high artistic and educational value every year, the Festival offers young people the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the Holocaust and to participate in a discussion platform, in a way that is understandable and familiar to them.
More than 60 award-winning films, famous film directors, actors and actresses, exhibitions, promotions, interactive educational and attractive musical programmes will be presented to you at one of the best-known Zagreb festivals co-founded by the Academy Award winner Branko Lustig