Festival Market, one of the latest and original programs of Festival of Tolerance, is an innovative way of presenting domestic and international film festivals.
This program offers current insights on the latest industry events as well as discussions with key players in the film and media industry on topics of contemporary market trends and innovations, promoting and making available to domestic professionals and public insights and opinions on the latest industry trends, programs and projects by film professionals all over the world.
So far, we have had the opportunity to get to know the work and festival workers of many European festivals such as IDFA (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam), DOC POINT – Helsinki Documentary Film Festival, Pula Film Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, Rolling film festival, Jameson CineFest – Miskolc International Film Festival, MIX Copenhagen LGBT Film Festival, Kino Otok – Isola Cinema International Film Festival, Cinedays Festival of European Film, Riga International Film Festival 2ANNAS and The Human Rights Film Festival Barcelona.
Fourth edition of the Festival Market will host four international festivals: Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, Bergen International Film Festival – BIFF, The Histories and Film Festival in Rasnov – FFIR and History Film Festival Rijeka.
At the 14th Festival of Tolerance YIHR will briefly present the organisation’s work and the award-winning project under the title Common Narratives.
At the 14th Festival of Tolerance 25 senior citizens will present their drumming workshop.
The Festival audience will have a chance to find out why it is better to adopt a street cat and what this association does.
Programme of reading picture books Rano ujutro (Pronto por la manana) and Nije vrijeme za igru (No es hora de jugar) by American author Lawr.ence Schimel.
The workshop Crows – Talented Birds will introduce you to the most intelligent European bird sort.
Topic: History in contemporary Croatian film and TV production
Topic: Entrepreneurship in culture and evaluation of socially responsible businesses
TOPIC: Education through film and media culture
Topic: Film industry in Hong Kong - new occurrences and tensions in one of the most expensive cities in the world