From Russia with LoveOctober 11, 1963
Agent 007 is back in the second installment of the James Bond series, this time battling a secret crime organization known as SPECTRE. Russians Rosa Klebb and Kronsteen are out to snatch a decoding device known as the Lektor, using the ravishing Tatiana to lure Bond into helping them. Bond willingly travels to meet Tatiana in Istanbul, where he must rely on his wits to escape with his life in a series of deadly encounters with the enemy
Fine Dead GirlsJuly 24, 2002
Iva and Marija, a young lesbian couple, rent an apartment in Zagreb, in a building that seems to provide a quiet and safe environment for their love, but over time the atmosphere in the building becomes more and more threatening. The elder landlady Olga dominates the building. Other tenants include her calm husband, her grown-up son Daniel who has a crush on Iva, the prostitute Lidija, an abused housewife, a widower keeping the corpse of his newly deceased wife, a gynecologist performing abortions in one flat of the house, and an ex-soldier who regularly plays martial music at night. After Olga finds out that Iva and Marija are lesbians, the situation escalates .
CyclopsJuly 9, 1982
Melkior Tresic is one of many intellectuals in 1941 Zagreb who is helplessly waiting for the encroaching war.
Bastards of UtopiaMarch 2, 2010
Amid the aftershocks of socialism's failure, a skeptical American watches three Croatian anarchists fight to create a new leftism.
One Song a Day Takes Mischief AwayOctober 19, 1970
Set in pre-World War II Zagreb, the story is seen through the eyes of 6-year-old Perica Šafranek (played by Tomislav Žganec). A dandy from Zagreb, Mr Fulir (played by Relja Bašić), starts flirting with Perica's mother during a family picnic. At first, Perica's father doesn't notice anything, but wants to marry off Perica's aunt, so he invites the man to their residence. After multiple rendezvous, Perica's father becomes aware of Fulir's attempts to seduce his wife.
The Story of Zagreb Comics: New SquareJanuary 1, 2017
New Square 1978 (Mirko Ilić Radovan Devlic, Josko Marusic Kresimir Zimonić, Igor Kordej, Ivana Radašević Nikola Konstantinović Kresimir Skozret Ninoslav Kunc ...) New Square, Zagreb behalf of young cartoonists gathered mainly around the weekly Sloga in the second half of the 1970s. The authors Radovana Devlić (1950-2000), Krešimira Skozret (R. 1951) Joško Marušić, (R. 1952), Mirko Ilic (R. 1956), Krešimir Zimonić (R. 1956) and Igor Kordej (R. 1957) have been introduced in the area of graphic comic series of themed I iconographic innovations that have contributed to raising the general interest in the serbian strip. Group, can be the end of the 1970s broke.
High VoltageFebruary 23, 1981
After WW II many young people arrive to Zagreb, among them a young worker Sonja Kacar. She is supposed to participate in the construction of the first generator in the Rade Koncar factory. Because there aren't enough experts and materials in Yugoslavia, the factory counts on help from fellow communist countries, Czechoslovakia and Soviet Union. However, after the Inform Bureau's resolution this help is no longer available. Sonja experiences a great intimate disappointment because Stjepan, who she is in love with, supports Stalin.
NausicaaJanuary 1, 1995
Matija Remetin is young man who is studying drama in Zagreb just before the outbreak of WW2. He rents the room at Marija Slajner, widow who's three previous tennants had commited suicide. Remetin begins to notice beautiful and mysterious girl on the other side of street and begins calling her Nausikaja.
The Witch of GricMarch 31, 1920
A young countess, Nera Keglević, is fighting against believing in witches by using witchcraft. But the problem is that local judge Krajačić is accusing Nera to be witch for revenge.
Operation StadiumJuly 7, 1977
This movie tells a true story about events in Zagreb in 1941. Nazis and their collaborators organized the great gathering of students on Dubrava stadium. The intention was to publicly separate Jews from them which would lead to future pogrom. The event, however, took an unexpected turn.
PescenopolisSeptember 25, 2003
Pescenica is an old industrial suburb of Zagreb. As a satirical depiction of Croatia's recent politics, it has been declared independent republic. What's it like there today? Over a year, the film crew was combing streets, avenues, parks and backyards, focusing on the lives of four Pescenica inhabitants: its self-proclaimed president, a teacher in a Roma school, a cleaning lady in a film distribution company and a young stage director. All that in order to portray Pescenopolis, the film's protagonist that floats between mud and clouds.