NEWS 10/11/2020 16. Free Zone Film Festival Encore online and at the Cultural Centre of Belgrade Films that received the highest audience reviews at the 16th Free Zone Film Festival – The Mole Agent, Gagarine and Epicentro will be shown again on Wednesday, November 11 at the Cultural Center of Belgrade. 16th Free Zone Film Festival Online will also be encored due to increased interest of the audience. The audience will have the opportunity to experience the film festival for one more day (Wednesday, November 11) using an online platform called KinoKauch. The three films that sparked the most interest on the said platform are The Reason I Jump, Undine and Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness. The Mole Agent, which will be shown at 5 pm at the Cultural Centre of Belgrade, tells a story of Sergio – a special agent from Chile. He ends up getting the job through an ad stating that applicants must be over 80, not too concerned with moral dilemmas and must have a good memory. Yuri, 16, has lived all his life in Gagarin Towers, a vast red-brick housing project on the outskirts of Paris. He dreams of becoming an astronaut. When plans to demolish Gagarin Towers leak out, Yuri joins the resistance. With his friends Diana and Houssam, he embarks on a mission to save their home, which has become his “starship.” From the world-famous filmmaker Hubert Sauper – the director of the award-winning film at the Sundance Festival We Come as Friends and the creator of the Oscar-nominated film Darwin’s Nightmare – comes Epicentro, an immersive and metaphorical portrait of postcolonial “utopian” Cuba, where the ramifications of the 1898 explosion of U.S.S. Maine are still very much present. The film will be shown at 9 p.m. Based on Naoki Higashida’s best-selling book, The Reason I Jump is a brilliant documentary introducing us to the world of autism in the most profound and deeply intimate way. Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness is another film based on several true stories in which a TV studio serves as a courtroom and a place for justice. The heroine of the film Undine, played by the German actress Paula Beer, is a historian who works as a curator in a museum in Berlin. Completely by chance, she meets Kristof, a diver who works on underwater research. She falls in love with him and it seems that a new life for her is just beginning. Paula Beer won the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 2020 Berlinale Film Festival. Gledajte Slobodnu zonu na bis na KinoKauch! Comments are closed.