Culture on the Move #5

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Cinema in Sremski Karlovci!


Sremski Karlovci together with Novi Sad, Irig and Beočin are bidding for the prestigious title of European Capital of Culture 2021. Within the promotion of the project from 7-9 August there will be a program called Film Weekend in Sremski Karslovci, which on one hand, has a goal to prepare an unforgettable cinematic experience to visitors, and on the other to remind public of the challenges that the culture institutions in Karlovci are facing.

The renovation of the cinema halls and other facilities that were supposed to become multipurpose space for cinema screenings, theatre performances, concerts, conferences and more stopped 16 years ago. Since then Sremski Karlovci do not have a cinema.

Film Weekend in Sremski Karlovci will be organised on the lookout on the Magarčev Breg that will surely, due to attractiveness of the location, attract a large number of visitors from Sremski Karlovci and surrounding area. Film Weekend in Sremski Karlovci is an introduction to the programs that will be organised in the future, and they are organased by the ‘Karlovac Art Workshop’ Cultural Centre.

Movie program of Film Weekend in Sremski Karlovci will include screenings of the following films:

FRIDAY, 7 August


9 p.m.
Varljivo leto ‘68. (1984)
Directed by: Goran Paskaljević
Rinning time: 91 min 

SATURDAY, 8 August


9 p.m.
Enklava (2015)
Directed by: Goran Radovanović
Running time: 92 min

SUNDAY, 9 August


9 p.m.
Amélie (2001)
Directed by: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Running time: 122 min

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