ZAGREB: Thirteen debut or second feature films are running for the Golden Pram at the 13th edition of Zagreb Film Festival (14-22 November 2015).
Czech Republic and Iceland are coming in the competition with two films each. Beside the feature films competition, the feature films programme is completed by Zagreb Stories, the third part of the popular portmanteau film produced by Propeler Film, which will screen out of competition.
The feature films jury will be composed of Levan Koguashvili, Jessica Woodworth and Cristoph Thoke. This year the short films national competition Checkers is celebrating its 10th anniversary, My First Film section focuses on Bosnia and Herzegovina, while a retrospective of Orson Welles, a selection of films from Directors’ Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival and the Portuguese Curtas Vila do Conde Film Festival are also in the programme.
Rams (Iceland)Directed by Grímur Hákonarson
Sparrows (Denmark, Croatia)Directed by Rúnar RúnarssonProduced by NimbusCoproduced by MP Film Production and HalibutSupported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Home Care (Czech Republic, Slovakia)Directed by Slavek HorakProduced by TVORBA filmsCoproduced by Czech Television, Fog´n´Desire Films, Sokol Kollár, RTVS, Svoboda@Williams, Supported by State Cinematography Fund, Czech Republic, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund and RWE
Family Film (Czech Rep., Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany, France)Directed by Olmo OmerzuProduced by endorfilmCoproduction: Arsmedia, Punkchart FilmsSupported by the Czech State Cinematography Fund, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund and the Slovenian Film Center
War (Denmark)Directed by Tobias Lindholm
From Afar (Venezuela, Mexico)Directed by Lorenzo Vigas
Neon Bull (Brazil, Uruguay, Netherlands)Directed by Gabriel Mascaro
Son of Saul (Hungary, France)Directed by Laszlo Nemes
Me, Earl and the Dying Girl (USA)Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
The New Kid (France)Directed by Rudi Rosenberg
Tanna (Australia)Directed by Bentley Dean, Martin Butler
In the Crosswind (Estonia) Directed by Martti Helde Producted by Allfilm Supported by Estonian Film Institute
Our Everyday Life (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia)Directed by Ines TanovićProduced by Dokument SarajevoCoproduced by Spiritus Movens and Studio MajSupported by the Slovenian Film Center, the Croatian Audiovisual Center, Film Fund Sarajevo