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      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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Liberation in 26 Pictures


A short meditation on the resilience of life in 26 perfectly set pictures.

A forgotten old partisan leads a lonely life. His only interests are observing his neighbours and watching Sumo wrestling on his antique television set. One day he notices something through his WW2 binoculars that will set him on his last guerilla mission.

SHOWTIMES | Special Feature with Frigidance, Route – 3 & Smart Girls

Sunday, 26 November – 11:30

OSLOBODJENJE U 26 SLIKA | 2009 | 18 min | Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

PRODUCTIONAmra Baksic Camo – Obala Art Centar; HAVC
CASTEsma Arnautovic, Vlado Jokanovic, Ahmed Bahto
SCREENPLAYMarko Skobalj, Ivan Ramljak
EDITINGMarin Juranic


Sarajevo Film Festival, 2009 – Atlantic Group Award for Best Short Film | Zagreb Film Festival, 2009 | International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2010 – International Premiere | Sofia International Film Festival, 2010


Ivan Ramljak (born 1974) is a director and independent film curator. Since 2013, he has been editing the Short Tuesday program at the cinema Tuškanac in Zagreb, and since 2016 he has been the artistic director of the Tabor Film Festival. So far, he has directed ten films, which were shown at more than 80 festivals around the world, where they won numerous awards.
Marko Škobalj was born in Zagreb in 1974. He graduated in 2019 from the biology department – majoring in ecology at the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, and obtained the academic title of Master of Biology. He is a member of the Croatian Society of Film Directors. He has been making up stories since 1980, writing since 1984, writing commercials since 2004, writing scripts since 2006, and directing since 2008.