Cinema and Balkans’ flavors at Travelling Film Festival, celebrating Croatia in Berlin
Typical flavors of the Balkans at Travelling Film Festival! On November the 28th at 7 p.m. be ready for a night entirely dedicated to Croatian cinema and food. We will begin with a welcome greeting from the Croatian Ambassador at the cinema Il Kino (Nansenstr. 22) in the district of Neukölln, followed by a promotional video about the country that will lead you to discover the hidden beauties of this Nation. The event goes on with the screening of the movie THE EIGHT COMMISSIONER, nominated for an Oscar in 2018, in the original version with English subtitles. After watching the movie, we will enjoy a 100% Croatian dinner based on traditional dishes selected by the Croatian Embassy. You will also find informative material to learn more about this interesting nation and get some ideas to plan your trip to Croatia. The event costs just 15€ and the places available are only 52, so don’t waste time and book your seat!
Croatia day: the plot of THE EIGHT COMMISSIONER and the menu of the typical dinner
THE EIGHT COMMISSIONER (2018) is a comedy of the director Ivan Salaj, based on the homonymous book written by Renato Baretic. The movie is about a drug and sex scandal and the arrogant politician Mesjak who was involved in during his rise to the government. To keep him out of rumor, the President named him head of the government of Trecic, a Croatian remote island, with no means to communicate with the outside World. The movie was an Oscar nominee as the best foreign film to represent Croatia. Ivan Salaj is a director and screenwriter born in Zagreb and starting from the 90s he worked for the field of cinema and television. Among his works there are Man sieht sich (1995), Zagrabacke price vol.3 (2015), Osmi povjerenik (2018). He received several awards for Second Floor, Basement (1991), Hotel Sunja (1992) and See you (1995). To conclude the event we will enjoy a Croatian dinner to taste the best typical food, including pašticada, a beef stew in a red wine sauce, Paški sir, a sheep cheese originally from the Island of Pag and Ćevapčići, delicious spicy meatballs and rice, of course.
Travelling Film Festival Berlin, 2019 edition
Travelling Film Festival Berlin is a festival born in 2018 to promote the knowledge, the habits and the traditions of some countries around the world without leaving Berlin, through cinema and food. In its second edition Travelling Film Festival will begin on 26th November and it will end on 1st December at the cinema Il Kino. Every day will be dedicated to the discovery of a special country. This year we begin the exploration with Armenia, then passing through Arab Emirates, Croatia, Basilicata, Serbia, up to Georgia. The event will begin at 7 p.m. with the presentation of the day’s nation, then it will continue with the Armenian film screening (in the original version with English subtitles), and at the end it will conclude with a dinner with typical dishes. It’s organized by Berlin Italian Communication, Berlino Magazine, in collaboration with the Embassy of Armenia, Croatia, Arab Emirates, Basilicata, Serbia and Georgia and powered by From A to B, a travel company that helps travellers to find the journey that fits their needs, matching trains, flights, buses and carpooling, and to find and book the cheapest, fastest or most environmentally-friendly option for them.
The 'Travelling Film Festival Berlin' is right around the corner, and it's finally time fo you to see the official trailer of the event! Buy your ticket here http://ilkino.de/movie-program and enjoy the show!
Posted by Travelling Film Festival Berlin on Thursday, 14 November 2019
Croatia Day – Travelling Film Festival 2019
November the 28th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
7 p.m. Welcome and presentation of Croatia
7:15 p.m. Screening of THE EIGHT COMMISSIONER directed by Ivan Salaj (2h19m, 2018)
9 p.m. Dinner with Croatian traditional food
Price of the ticket: €15, that you can buy here
Nansenstraße 22, 12047 Berlin