• Zagreb Cappuccino
        • Zagreb Cappuccino

          • Country:
          • Croatia, 2014
          • Group:
          • Forum
          • Duration:
          • 74’
          • Director:
          • Vanja Sviličić
          • Screenplay:
          • Vanja Sviličić, Ognjen Sviličić
          • Cast:
          • Nela Kočiš, Mila Elegović, Igor Kovač, Robert Budak
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Danko Vučinović
          • Editing:
          • Vanja Sviličić
          • Sound:
          • Dubravka Premar
          • Music:
          • Luka Zima
          • Producer:
          • Damir Terešak
          • Production:
          • Maxima Film in coproduction with Croatian Radiotelevision
        • Showing

          06. Mar | 20:00 | 300 RSD
          Dom Sindikata

          07. Mar | 14:30 | 250 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

        • SYNOPSIS

          Zagreb Cappuccino is a story about two best friends, Petra and Kristina, women in their early forties. Petra is getting a divorce and Kika returns from Köln to Zagreb to provide her with a shoulder to cry on. Kika, an urban worldly woman, tries to teach Petra how to live her life without a husband and a family. Over a couple of cups of coffee and a night out, we get to know their fears, burdens, loneliness and insecurities.

          Vanja Sviličić


          Vanja Sviličić was born in 1974 in Zagreb, Croatia. She graduated from the Faculty of Textile Technology. She started her career as a cinematographer and director working on videos, commercials, experimental and documentary films. As part of a Berlinale Talent Campus workshop she wrote the documentary On the Square (2007). The film was produced by STEPS International and ZDF Arte with Mitropa as co-producer and it premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2008. Her second screenplay for the short film See you in Sarajevo (2008.) was selected as one of the five screenplays from Southeast Europe at the competition Sarajevo City of Film.




          2014       Zagreb Cappuccino



          2014       Pula


          Unobtrusive, efficient and accurate directing guides the story, depicts the situation and relations between the heroines, confronts the characters and subtly deepens the relationship of two friends while freeing them from the trap created by their status and expectations.