Short Friday and Film Analysis are two interesting and very attended programs at the Cinema Club Zagreb (KKZ), dedicated to short and medium-length films, and their verbal analysis. Every Friday the programs exchange, and so on March 11th at 20 h Short Friday is on schedule. This edition of the program will be devoted to the first of two mini-cycles of documentaries whose themes are Zagreb’s neighbourhood Trnje during the period from the late fifties to the late eighties.
In the first part we’ll watch two films by Branko Majer that portray the disappearance of the ‘old’ and the emergence of the ‘new’ Trnje, shown through a number of cinema-journals with a classic flair, and an idealistic prism of its proud progress, and also the film Kašinska 6 by Zoran Tadić (recorded the same year as his legendary Rhythm of Crime), which shows its modernization from a bit more humane side.
Steps of the town (1957), Branko Majer, 12 min, 35mm
Zagreb Parallels (1962), Branko Majer, 12 min, 35 mm
Kašinska 6 (1981), Zoran Tadić, 9 min, 16 mm
The mini-cycle will continue on April 1st, when we will still have three films about Trnje left to watch, directed by Krsto Papić, Saša Vojković and Dražen Piškorić.
The films have been selected and acquired by Željko Scotti. Admission to the screenings is free for all, followed by a short discussion.
See you at the Cinema Club!