"Animafest goes MSU!" as of May 24

Ahead of the Animafest festival, as of May 24, the media front of Zagreb's Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU) this year again will show 13 site-specific animated works which will make the many passers-by and drivers there laugh or think, from a story of two dogs who, looking for love, play Tetris, to a film about the birth of fascism.

The fifth "Animation goes MSU!", a joint project of the festival and MSU, will mostly feature premieres from Germany, China, Estonia, Slovenia, the US, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia.

The half-hour site-specific animations will be shown until the closure of the festival on June 11.

Last update: Sun, 22/05/2016 - 19:01

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