Despite heavy rain, Motovun Film Festival closing ceremony ends with toast and winners • Large audience turnout in all festival days
Main award, Propeller of Motovun, goes to Scandinavian film A White, White Day by Hlynur Pálmason. • Film critics’ FIPRESCI Award goes to God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya
Our 50 Years Award laureate Živko Zalar has been on film sets for 62 years. He started acting as a 10-year-old and he spent lots
Festival opening ceremony
Let the fest begin!
More than 100 films and great entertainment and educational programs • No
more single-use plastic on Motovun Film Festival
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Populism for Beginners offering attractive documentaries about countries with
strong populist movements • Streets of Motovun full of performances and
interventions addressing populism
American filmmaker – founder of “mumblecore” sub-genre – is coming to
Motovun • One of world’s leading and iconic indie directors • Student of
legendary Dušan Makavejev • His three films will be shown
Motovun Film Festival getting rid of single-use plastic cups this year • Festival’s
partner Greenpeace Croatia organizing workshops and lecture Plastic-Bound
Society • Top-class chef and laser physicist Goran Zgrablić giving mini-course
on cooking without waste
World premiere of Tusta to be followed by punk-rock party • Free admission to
all concerts • Booking of cheapest tickets sets only until Sunday
Besides tackling serious topics, Motovun once again offers humor, entertainment, joy and hedonism • Impressive regional and Central European films • Great short films competing for European Oscar • Vojko V, Svemirko and Pankrti headliners of varied musical program
Brady Corbet’s film Vox Lux, coproduced by Jude Law, Natalie Portman and pop star Sia, will premiere in Motovun • The film is a strong criticism of today’s showbiz and the changes in the American society
Živko Zalar worked with almost every relevant filmmaker of Yugoslav cinema •
He won four Golden Arenas!
Clergy is a film that stirred bitter debates by depicting drunken priests in the maelstrom of pedophilia. Three and a half million people in Poland saw it. • Films by best young, award-winning Polish authors are also to be shown
Campus Motovun is a relaxed summer workshop for film professionals, semi-professionals, students and all those who want to learn more about film.