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    • New Talents Open Call
      Eastern Neighbours Film Festival (ENFF) began in The Netherlands in 2008 with the idea to offer Dutch and international audiences a unique glimpse into the cinema of their neighbors from Eastern and Southern Europe. This annual event presents the most recent, exciting, and thought‐provoking films, from countries with small, but often powerful film industries, that… Read more: New Talents Open Call
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      In Work in Progress, emerging filmmakers and artists will present their works in development to the audience and engage in discussions with Dutch experts.
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      Every year, ENFF brings special musical guests who bring beauty to the program and further represent the rich cultures of their countries to a Dutch audience.
    • Film Marathon
      Join us for the Film Marathon, a new concept in which we merge two components, Short Films, Big Stories, and New Talents Competition into a whole-day screening of short films!



A fresh, unexpected, comic story about the loss of virginity. The joint work of two established female directors that plays with stereotypes and conventional social norms.

While Marija is set with her boyfriend, her roommate Nikolina is still a virgin. But, after realising that the social practices have changed, she has to follow her duties and restructure her beliefs.

SHOWTIMES | Special Feature with Frigidance, Liberation in 26 Pictures & Route – 3

Sunday, 26 November – 11:30

PAMETNICE | 2010 | 24 min | Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

PRODUCTIONAndrada Romagno, Isa Zivanovic, Edin Pasovic, Dijana Olcay-Hot, Nives Zemba, Valentina Oresic – Obala Art Centar
CASTKarla Brbic, Marina Vodenicar, Edhem Husic, Enes Salkovic
SCREENPLAYHana Jusic, Sonja Tarokic
EDITINGTimur Makarevic


Days of Croatian Film, 2011 – Best Actress | Sarajevo Film Festival, 2010 – British Council Award


Sonja Tarokić (1988) has an MA degree in film directing and a BA degree in literature. She is the author of several short films. On Shaky Ground was screened at Rotterdam IFF and awarded the best Croatian short at Zagreb Film Festival, while her other films (You Bitch!, I’m a Self Made Woman, Smart Girls, Red) were screened and awarded at numerous international festivals.

Hana Jušić (born 1983) is a Croatian film director and screenwriter that majored film directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. So far, she has written and directed several short films such as Chill (2011), Terrarium (2012) and Gnats, Ticks, Bees (2012). She has also written the script for a children’s hit film Mysterious Boy (2013). Jušić received high acclaim for her 2016 feature film debut, Quit Staring at My Plate.

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