ZAGREB, July 28 – The European Commission Representation in Croatia is organising a film night on July 28 on the summer stage of Zagreb’s Tuskanac cinema with free popcorn and screenings of shorts from the #EUandME campaign as well as the US feature “Bookshop” by Isabel Coixet.
The short films from the #EUandME campaign focus on the everyday advantages of life in the EU. They were made by prominent European directors, including “Debut” by Dalibor Matanic of Croatia, “The Loner” by Tomasz Konecki of Poland and “Party Animal” by Yorgos Zois of Greece.
As part of the event, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about their rights in various areas of life in the EU which, organisers say, provides citizens with many opportunities to do what they love by helping them through EU initiatives.
The Commission launched the #EUandME campaign to inform people aged 17 to 35 about the values and benefits of the EU and its citizens’ rights as well as about how they can be helped in realising their passions and ambitions.
The campaign focuses on mobility, digital technology, skills and business, sustainability, and rights.