TUESDAY ON THE FESTIVAL OF TOLERANCE FESTIVAL IN SIGN OF TESTIMONIES OF THE HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR

TUESDAY ON THE FESTIVAL OF TOLERANCE FESTIVAL IN SIGN OF TESTIMONIES OF THE HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR

09.04.2019.

The second day of the Festival was marked by the Masterclass of the Srbenka director, Nebojša Slijepčević and by the debate on the crisis in journalism.

Tuesday's programme will present us some spectacular documentaries about the butcher from Vilnius, the fugitives from the Taliban and the courageous Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto.

Festival programme on Tuesday will be marked by the Education Morning at 11 o’clock in the Student Centre cinema. The Holocaust testimony will be presented to young audience by Ms Vesna Domani Hardy, the Holocaust survivor, after the projection of short film 5015, The Story of the Escape from Mauthausen. Tolerance Talk brings a discussion Non-disappearing Images after the projection of the film Reconstructing Utøya, about the massacre committed by Anders Breivik in Norway. The film starts at 18 o’clock in Kinoteka cinema. After the projection, there will be a discussion on dealing with trauma with psychiatrists Miro Jakovljević and Hrvoje Maleković and a psychotherapist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Marijana Senjak. 

A fascinating documentary Murer - Anatomy of a Trial, a story about the process of so called butcher from Vilnius who personally killed 5,000 Jews during the Second World War and is responsible for the murder of another 10000 of them. 
At 9:30 PM a Brazilian film Hard Paint, presented at Berlinale, telling the story of the oppressed young man who comes out of his ‘shell’ only while taking his clothes off during his performance in chat rooms.

Tuškanac cinema will host a great documentary at 7 PM called Midnight Traveler filmed by the director and his family using their mobile phones while fleeing from the Taliban. At 9 PM in the same cinema, time will be reserved for the lovers of "slow movie". The film Land follows the lives of Indians in the US Reserve.

Evening programme in Kinoteka cinema (starting at 9 PM) will be marked by the film Who Will Write Our History, an astonishing story about the Jewish group in the Warsaw Ghetto who opposed the Nazis by documenting their crimes.

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