On Thursday, 21. January in the MM Center at the Short Films program you can look at the classics of the Croatian short film as well as the impressive contemporary achievements, from the Croatian Church, Ante Babaja via Ivana Ladislav Galete to Goran Škofić, Josip Žuvana, Darko Vidačković and Lale Raščić. Guided by the criterion of accentuated creativity and playfulness in film-making, organizers showcase 7 short-film films that have been around for fifty years.

The program starts at 19: 30, the input is free, and more information is available at www.sczg.unizg.hr or on https://www.facebook.com/events/948000041959464/.

Animated film Don Kihot (1961.), The winner of the main prize at one of the world's most significant short film films at Obernhausen, crushed all conventions of classical animation through the story of a brave knight who fought with the heart and fantasy against the enemy, just as he did the author of the film, Vlado Kristl, is one of the great Croatian avant-garde and pioneer of the Zagreb School of Animated Film.

Stylized feature film Pravda (1966.) Ante Babaja is considered to be the highlight of his play-experimental opus, while Ivan Ladislav Galeta, one of the most important European multimedia artists and longtime leader of MM Center, is experimenting with the research of human perception.

From the modern achievements, works will be presented: Pilot 01 (Goran Škofić), 17 stories (Lala Raščić), Fliper (Darko Vidačković) and Nebitno (Josip Žuvan).