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CINEHILL MOTOVUN FILM FESTIVAL @ ROXANICH

Enjoy selected films of the Cinehill Motovun Film Festival on the Roxanich Winery & Design Hotel's terrace with a glass of long aged rare natural wine in your hand on July 22nd and 23rd, 2023. Cinehill Motovun Film Festival is one of the most popular cultural events in Croatia and the best-known film festivals of Southeastern Europe, devoted to international independent films. With its selection of films and guests of honor, the festival celebrates the authors sticking to their artistic stubbornness, unconventionality and originality at all costs. Cinehill MFF holds more than 30 open air screenings at different locations, and guests of the Roxanich Hotel are provided with free tickets for all screenings in Motovun.

Don't miss to watch Serbian film "Dudes", directed by Radivoje Andrić in 2001, on the Roxanich Winery & Design Hotel's terrace on July 22nd at 21:15 h. The film has English subtitles and lasts 90 minutes. The ticket price for non-hotel guests is 5 EUR.


This urban comedy is happening during a night in Belgrade. Mare (Boris Milivojević), Pop (Sergej Trifunović) and Gojko (Nikola Đuričko) are three friends who grew up together. Mare and Pop have always been musicians, while Gojko (who was harassed by them in school and nicknamed 'Sissy') became a "guy in suit", boss of his own club and recording studio. Pop and Mare call on their friend from school days to help them release the record, but all this doesn't go so smoothly. Gojko hasn't forgotten his school days.

Enjoy the world’s first fully oil painted feature film "Loving Vincent", directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman in 2016, on the Roxanich Winery & Design Hotel's terrace on July 23rd at 21:15 h. The film lasts 95 minutes. The ticket price for non-hotel guests is 5 EUR.


"Loving Vincent" is an investigation delving into the life and controversial death of Vincent Van Gogh, one of the world's most beloved painters, told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. Every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by 125 professional oil-painters who travelled from all across the world to the Loving Vincent studios in Poland and Greece to be a part of the production.

The aim of the Cinehill Motovun Film Festival is to reflect diversity: esthetical, thematical and geographical. As many films from as many countries as possible, in order to show that the world of film is much wider and more colorful than it often seems.

Cinehill MFF is primarily dedicated to the films from small cinematography and independent productions; films that excel with their innovative approach, ideas and intense stories; films that have a hard time fighting their way to theaters and wide audiences under the conditions of an unequal market competition.


With films and direct communication between filmmakers and film lovers, Cinehill MFF wants to create a cozy spot for those who enjoy the magic of cinema.

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