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The final screening for 20 films on Day 5


On the 5th Day of IFFK, film aficionados will have the opportunity to enjoy the final screening of 20 captivating films presented as part of the 28th edition of IFFK. The selection includes Radu Jude's much-applauded Oscar entry, ‘Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,’ which delves into issues such as corporate capitalism and workplace exploitation. Additionally, five classic films from various categories are featured.

Under the World Cinema category, films like ‘Stepne’ by Maryna Vroda, ‘The Promised Land’ by Nikolaj Arcel, ‘The Song of the Auricanturi’ by Camila Rodríguez Triana, ‘Explanation for Everything’ by Gábor Reisz, ‘Music’ by Angela Schanelec, ‘The Bohemian’ by Petr Václav, and ‘Girl’ by Adura Onashile will be screened. The lineup also includes five single screenings of masterful films, such as ‘The Guerilla Fighter’ in honor of Mrinal Sen's centenary celebration and ‘The Portuguese Woman,’ directed by IFFK Jury member Rita Azevedo Gomes. In the Homage category, paying tribute to legends, films like ‘Distant Voices Still Lives’ by Terence Davies, ‘Cousin Angelica’ by Carlos Saura, and ‘Brick and Mirror’ by Ebrahim Golestan will be screened.

Tuesday’s schedule also features Isabel Herguera’s ‘Sulthana's Dream’ and films in the Krzysztof Zanussi Retrospective, including ‘The Year of the Quiet Sun,’ ‘Spiral,’ and ‘Perfect Number.’ Cuban films such as ‘The Major’ by Rigoberto Lopez, ‘Cuba Libre!’ by Jorge Luis Sanchez, and ‘Innocence’ by Alejandro Gil fall under the Country Focus category.