ZAGREB, Nov 4 (Croatia Sun News) – The second edition of the Festival of Polish Films in Croatia, which takes place under the name “Visla (Vistula)” is set for 5-9 November in Zagreb’s Kaptol Boutique Cinema.
The programme includes ten films, and the event will be ushered in by the screening of “The Messenger” by filmmaker Wladyslaw Pasikowski.
Also a few thrillers are offered to the audience, including “Werewolf” by Adrian Panek about eight children liberated from a Nazi concentration camp who have to overcome hunger, thirst and vicious dogs in an abandoned mansion surrounded by the forest, and the film titled “Tower. A Bright Day” by Jagoda Szelc.
“A Coach’s Daughter” by Lukasz Grzegorzek is also in the programme.
The film titled ” The Butler (Kamerdyner)” by Filip Bajon is the last one in this programme which is organised under the auspices of the Polish Embassy in Croatia..