The festival will include the winner of this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, an Italian documentary, Fire at Sea, directed by Gianfranco Rosi. A special movie treat for all the lovers of technology, futurism and digital activism will be the new documentary of the eccentric cult director Werner Herzog. Lee Tamahori’s new film about sibling rivalry and reconciliation – The Patriarch, is set in the rural part of New Zealand in the 60s. Based on the novel Bulibasha: King of the Gypsies, written by the most famous Maori contemporary writer Witi Ihimaera, the film tells the story of two families- the Mahanas and the Poatas, arch-enemies and business rivals.
Fresh from this year’s Berlin International Film Festival comes the film The Lovers and the Despot. The British film Sing Streetbrings us back to the Golden age of the 80s, rock and roll and just briefly reminds us of the influence of the new wave music on the Yugoslav youth at that time. The docu-thriller Zero Days, which is about our world in the time of the cyber war, shows us for the first time the complete story of the computer malware Stuxnet, known as a “worm” for its ability to go from one computer to another through the software holes that it creates. At the 12th Free Zone Festival, we will present the winner of this year’s grand prize in the selection of “Un Certain Regard” in Cannes, The happiest day in the life of Olli Maki.
The first film which will open the Festival is Neruda by the Chilean director Pablo Larrain in the Sava Centar on November 10. The tickets for the premiere can be bought at the ticket offices of Sava Centar and Eventim.
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