Over 40 documentary shorts to be shown at Tabor Film Festival

Over 40 Croatian and foreign documentary shorts will be shown at the 14th Tabor Film Festival at Veliki Tabor castle, 65 northwest of Zagreb, on July 7-10.

Of the 26 films in international competition, 11 will be Croatian and regional premieres, while of the 17 films in domestic competition, two will be premieres.

The festival will include rich accompanying programmes, including concerts and a retrospective of Montenegrin director Ivan Salatic, who will also sit on the international jury.

The event will also include the most recent works of Finland's cinema.

Last update: Sun, 03/07/2016 - 12:06
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