The 2013 JFF Audience Award goes to ´Wunderkinder´and ´Misa's Fugue´
Among 57 films showed at the 2013 Zagreb JFF the audience voted for Markus Rosenmüller 's Wunderkinder as the best feature film and Sean D. Gaston's Misha's Fugue as the best documentary. Wunderkinder is a touching story about musically talented children developing a deep and genuine friendship extending beyond their different religions and nationalities whereas Misha’s Fugue tells a true story of one boy’s journey through Prague, Terezin, Auschwitz, Mauthausen, Melk and Gunskirchen as a victim of Nazi oppression.
During the seven days the Festival was visited by 9500 people confirming the growing number of audience every year recognizing the importance of the Festival and supporting the films and topics that promote tolerance as well as the Festival missions: to advocate common values and principle of tolerance as the ultimate goal for reaching the greater good.
More than 1200 visitors saw the Anti-Masonic Posters exhibition held at the Europa Cinema during the Festival. The exhibition will move to Rijeka’s Mali salon on June 3rd and will stay opened until June 9th. Some parts of the Festival program will also be shown at the Rijeka Art-kino Croatia from 7 to 9 June.