film projection

Monday 31.05.2021. at 19:00
Venue: CirkoBalkana circus tent in the yard of the Pogon Jedinstvo
Free entrance

Director: Renaud Barret
Country: France
Year: 2019
Duration: 94 min
Subtitles: Croatian

In the urban jungle of Congo, in Kinshasa, which has over 13 million inhabitants, an eclectic and hot street art scene is emerging due to political and social chaos. Alternative visual artists, musicians and performers create from nothing, using recycled objects and their own bodies to express their anger but also their dreams of change. Despite the constant harassment of the authorities, the strong taboos of traditional society, and artists’ personal struggles, the movement can no longer be stopped.


The number of places is limited due to current epidemiological measures.
Book your place at:

with the note: CIRCUS CINEMA. In the booking, please state your name and surname, e-mail and telephone number, as well as all the listed information for the persons for whom you are reserving a place.

Kino Cirkus is an educational film program of the contemporary circus collective ROOM 100 in Split, with which the audience can expand their knowledge about the layers of circus art, its significance, history and development. Apart from Zagreb, Kino Cirkus is held in Split, Pula, Rijeka, Samobor, Križevci and Dubrovnik.
Kino Cirkus is held in partnership with Cirkoram and with the financial support of the Croatian Audiovisual Center.

CirkoBalkana 9 festival is financially supported by the City Office for Culture of the City of Zagreb, Teatroskop- regional program for performing arts in SE Europe, Creative Europe program of the European Union – through circusnext platform, French Institute, Creative Desk, Kultura nova Foundation, Ministry of Culture and media of the Republic of Croatia through the Cirkorama Program and the SubScena program, and takes place in cooperation with the Zagreb Center for Independent Culture and Youth – POGON, the Auto Cultural Center – ATTACK !, the Močvara Club and the Libraries of the City of Zagreb. The performers’ meals are sponsored by: Annapurna, Vesela Motika, OPG Biomara/Food for Good

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