2009 Croatian Film Festival

He Who Sings Means No Harm
He Who Sings Means No Harm (Tko pjeva zlo ne misli)
The first ever Croatian Film Festival to be held in Australia, showcasing the finest in contemporary and classic Croatian cinema.

The festival features internationally awarded films, demonstrating how Croatian cinema has evolved over the past decade. The stories will move, surprise and delight audiences with their honest and passionate look at Croatian life.



Thursday 5 November - Sunday 8 November 2009

Single Session (excluding opening night film & reception): Full $14 Concession $12
Opening Night Screening: Full $20 Concession$16
Opening Night Reception: $30
5 Session Mini Pass (excludes opening night film & reception): Full $50 Concession $45

Opening Night Cocktail Reception

Celebrate the opening night of the Croatian Film Festival at this black-tie cocktail event.


Armin - Opening Night Film

A moving story about the relationship between a teenager and his father.


No One's Son (Niciji sin)

A war veteran goes over the edge when a secret is revealed.


What's a Man Without a Moustache? (Sto je muskarac bez brkova?)

An hilarious comedy about a love triangle between a young widow, a priest and German Croatian.


The Ghost in the Swamp (Duh u mocvari)

A young boy is found half-frozen near a swamp and raves deliriously that he was attacked by a ghost.


The Happy Child (Sretno dijete)

A light-hearted rockumentary exploring the music revolution which shook the former Yugoslavia.


I Love You (Volim te)

A story about a young man diagnosed with HIV and his society's reaction to it and him.


The Melon Route (Put lubenica)

The story of an illegal Chinese immigrant whose father drowns on the Bosnian/Croatian border.


He Who Sings Means No Harm (Tko pjeva zlo ne misli)

A charming romantic classic set in 1930s middle class Zagreb.


Children - Victims of the War (Djeca zrtve rata) + Keepers of the Dead Villages (Cuvari mrtvih sela)

A powerful documentary about child victims of the war and their memories fifteen years on.


What Iva Recorded on October 21, 2003 (Sto je Iva snimila 21 listopada 2003)

A bourgeois family views its life from another perspective when daughter Iva receives a camcorder.


 
 
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