Land of Knowledge| 1hr : 03mins
Director: Saša Ban | Producer: Olinka Vištica, Dana Budisavljević
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Croatia (Hrvatska)
In April 2009, students begin their 35-day occupation of the lecture theaters in Zagreb University’s faculty of humanities and social sciences. Free education for one and all, they chant, demanding the immediate abolition of university fees. But their protests fall on deaf ears: the Croatian government ignores the occupiers. Alongside the euphoria of youthful revolt, the film shows the associated conflicts and frustration, the self-preoccupation, and ultimate limitations. Restrained but illuminating images contrast strikingly with the verbosity of the meetings, conveying the emotions underlying this filmic chronology of protest.
Land of Knowledge | 1hr : 03mins
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