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Dalibor Matanic's short Party competing in "Critics' Week"

Dalibor Matanić’s latest short film Tulum/Party, a story of innocence irrevocably lost with the onset of the war is the second film in a series of 6 short films dealing with intimate moments of six young girls from six different parts of the world on the very same day. The first film in the series entitled Susa/The Draught has already been shown to much critical acclaim in Directors Fortnight in 2003.

The film will screen before Iranian feature film Whisper in the wind by Shahram Alidi at the following dates and venues:

  • Tuesday 19th May at 11h00, 17h30 and 22h30 at Espace Miramar
  • Wednesday 20th May at 8h30, salle Buñuel du Palais des Festivals
  • Wednesday 20th May at 14h00, Théâtre La Licorne (screening for the general audience)
  • Thursday 21st May at 16h00, Studio 13 (screening for the general audience)

Tulum/Party will also screen as a part of two separate screenings of 7 short films shown in competition at this years Critic’s Week selection:

  • Friday 15th May at 18h00, Cinéma Le Raimu (screening for the general audience)
  • Sunday 17th May at 20h00, Espace Miramar


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