Zagreb cinema showing films as part of Francophonie Month

A traditional programme featuring films from French-speaking film industries will be held at Zagreb's Tuskanac cinema until the end of this week as part of the Francophonie Month.   

The Francophonie Month is organised by the embassies of the Francophonie countries in Zagreb (Belgium, France, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Switzerland) and held with the support of the Croatian Foreign Ministry, the French Alliance organisations in Croatia and many other Croatian cultural institutions.

This year the programme will be taking place throughout March in 15 cities, featuring more than 150 events.

Last update: Mon, 14/03/2016 - 13:52
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