In the festive atmosphere of the full cinema Europa last night, the Zagreb premiere of the new film Zrinka Ogreste On the one hand was held. The premier in Zagreb brought together another team of filmmakers; directed by Zrinka Ogrest, producer Ivan Maloč, actors Kenija Marinković, Lazar Ristovski, Tihana Lazović, Roberta Budak, Tonija Šestana, Tena Jeić-Gajski, director of photography Branko Lintu, editor Tomislav Pavlic, director of film Maju Vukić and others Director of the Croatian Audiovisual Center Hrvoje Hribar.

The Zagreb premiere was attended by many famous guests, including Deputy Minister of Culture Ana Lederer and Advisor to President Andro Krstulović Opara and Antun Vrdoljak, Ivo Banac, Veljko Bulajić, Bobo Jelčić, Ognjen and Vanja Sviličić, Kristijan Milić, Ivan Goran Vitez, Igor Mirković , Bojana Gregorić Vejzović, Urša Raukar, Sanja Vejzović, Sanja Pilić, Mia Biondić, Željka Ogresta, Dubravko Merlić, Dubravka Vrgoč and Ivica Buljan.

On one side is a thrilling drama, created by the intriguing script by Mate Matišić and Zrinka Ogreste, and accompanies the patron sister Vesna who moved with her children before the 20 years to Zagreb, fleeing the events that almost destroyed their lives. However, one phone call will change everything, and the secret that Vesna has kept for the past will be on the surface.

This year's film was screened in the official Panorama of the International Film Festival in Berlin, where he was awarded the special prize of the jury of Europa Cinemas Label, while at the recently completed Belgrade FEST he won three awards, including the Grand Prix in the category of minor co-productions.

After Split premiere and projection within the Women's Weekend and the festive Zagreb premiere, S on one side of 10. March is moving to a regular distribution throughout China. In March, the film will be available at Zagreb's Europa Cinema and at CineStar in Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar and Osijek, and will be screened in independent cinemas in other Croatian cities.

Production On the one hand, the Zagreb Interfilm is co-produced with the Zillion film from Belgrade and Croatian radio-television, and the film is co-financed by the Croatian Audiovisual Center and the Serbian Film Center.
Photo: Martina Kenji / Interfilm