PULA: Thirteen films will compete in the Croatian Programme of the 63rd Pula Film Festival taking place 9 – 16 July 2016.
A record 105 films from Croatian filmmakers applied to the festival, including 31 feature films of which 12 were minority coproductions. Along with the 13 films in competition, of which six are minority coproductions, three Croatian films will screen out of competition.
The festival also has a Croatian short film programme and an international competition, and this year the festival will screen seven outstanding Croatian films from the past 25 years marking Croatia’s independence.
The Croatian Programme competition follows:
Generation ’68 (Croatia)Directed by Nenad PuhovskiProduced by Factum
Ministry of Love (Croatia, Czech Republic) Directed by Pavo Marinković Produced by Telefilm /Casablanca Coproduced by 8Heads Productions
Shooting Stars (Croatia, Serbia)Directed by Ivan-Goran VitezProduced by Interfilm Coproduced by Zillion FilmsSupported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center
On the Other Side (Croatia, Serbia) Directed by Zrinko Ogresta Produced by Interfilm and Zillion Films Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
All the Best (Croatia, Macedonia)Directed by Snježana TribusonProduced by KinoramaCoproduced by the Croatian Radiotelevision, Skopje Film StudioSupported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Confusions (Croatia)Directed by Lana Kosovac
Trampoline (Croatia)Directed by Katarina Zrinka MatijevićProduced by Interfilm Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre