In the very heart of the city. IFCC 2016 will offer something new for everyone – especially for those who frequent festivals that promote creativity. Instead of cramming all the activities in one place, we decided to scatter them into galleries, theaters, presentation halls and museums throughout the very heart of the city of Zagreb. This way all participants, teachers and students alike, will have the opportunity to take a break at one of the many local restaurant and cafes. No springtime in Zagreb is complete without some sunny lounging at a local bar or eatery.
Cinema Europe is an iconic Zagreb cinema house. It was built in 1924/25 by the Müller family and designed by architect Srecko Florshutz with the desire to make the most modern cinema in the region.
Zagreb Dance Centre is a unique cultural facility in Croatia developed purposefully for dance, although it is occasionally a venue for other activities as well, like live demos, video projections and workshops.
In the atmosphere of general commercialization, the Croatian Film Association and Tuškanac Cinema adamantly remain Zagreb’s cinematic cultural backbone, a place gathering not only film experts but primarily high school and college students, comprising the largest part of Tuškanac’s audience.
The Swanky Mint is a renovated dry cleaning and textile-dye factory dating back to the late 19th century. Combining the industrial machinery that littered the site with new technology, the Mint has created a comfortable eco-friendly atmosphere that makes it a very special place to visit.