15/06/2017, 21:30 - 23:00
Location: PARK 100. brigade
Organization: Sonja Leboš & Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research
During the 60s and the 70s of the previous century, several movies were made in Zagreb which didn’t use the city merely as scenography, but as a striking protagonist. Find out everything about how camera used to love Zagreb by watching a selection of classics of Croatian cinematography, with a short and precise introduction by the program’s author, as well as an optional discussion following the viewing.
This film program was realized in cooperation with the ‘Kvartovsko kino’ program of the Association of the Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research, and with the help of Croatia Film and Zagreb Film.
1) My Apartment (directed by: Zvonimir Berković, short (1962), duration 13′ 46”),
2) Ljubica (directed by: Krešo Golik, feature film (1978), duration: 91′)
Sonja Leboš is a cultural and urban anthropologist. The city of Zagreb has been the main focus of her research for some time now, as is evident from the subject of her doctoral thesis about Zagreb on film.