FESTIVALS: ZagrebDox Announces Lineup

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    ZAGREB: More than 160 films have been selected for all the 17 categories of the 12th ZagrebDox, of which 24 titles will vie in the International Competition. The festival takes place from 21 to 28 February 2016.

    The Regional Competition includes 27 titles of which 12 are Croatian films. The Special Programmes Russians Are Coming and Children Changing the World will feature documentaries about contemporary Russia and former Soviet Union countries and short documentaries made by refugee children who sought asylum in Austria and in a refugee camp in Jordan.

    Retrospective programmes at the 12th ZagrebDox will present Italian-Swedish filmmaker Erik Gandini and Georgian director Nino Kirtadzé.

    ZagrebDox is supported by the City of Zagreb, Croatian Audiovisual Centre and Creative Europe – MEDIA Sub-programme.

    LINEUP - International Competition:

    Bikes vs Cars (Sweden)
    Directed by Fredrik Gertten

    The Wolfpack (USA)
    Directed by Crystal Moselle

    A Strange Love Affair with Ego (Netherlands)
    Directed by Ester Gould

    Don Juan (Sweden, Finland)
    Directed by Jerzy Sladkowski

    Dear Araucaria (UK)
    Directed by Matt Houghton

    Thank You for Playing (USA)
    Directed by David Osit, Malika Zouhali-Worrall

    Above and Below (Switzerland, Germany)
    Directed by Nicolas Steiner

    Women in Sink (UK)
    Directed by Iris Zaki

    End of the World (Poland)
    Directed by Monika Pawluczuk
    Produced by Wajda Studio
    Coproduced by Telewizja Polska S.A., City of Lodz, West Pomerania Film Fund Pomerania Film

    The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul (Australia)
    Directed by Kitty Green

    My Love, Don't Cross That River (South Korea)
    Directed by Mo-young Jin

    Human (France)
    Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

    Mon and Me (Canada)
    Directed by Lena Macdonald

    My Aleppo (USA)
    Directed by Melissa Langer

    My Enemy, My Brother (Canada)
    Directed by Ann Shin

    Poet on a Business Trip (China)
    Directed by Ju Anqi

    Tell Spring Not To Come This Year (UK)
    Directed by Saeed Taji Farouky

    The Russian Woodpecker (UK, Ukraine, USA)
    Directed by Chad Gracia

    The Closer We Get (UK)
    Directed by Karen Guthrie

    The Swedish Theory of Love (Sweden)
    Directed by Erik Gandini

    (T)error (USA)
    Directed by Lyric R. Cabral, David Felix Sutcliffe

    Uncertain (USA)
    Directed by Anna Sandilands, Ewan McNicol

    Twilight of a Life (Belgium, Israel)
    Directed by Sylvain Biegeleisen

    Cartel Land (USA, Mexico)
    Directed by Matthew Heineman