|Intl. Notebook||Jan 15 2015|
This September pinku stars rage in central Europe.
We call it Pulp International because we try to feature pulp style art from all over the world, but this may be the first item we've found from Croatia. It's an eye-catching off-angle poster promoting a pinku film festival in Zagreb, which starts today at the Kinoklub Zagreb—a cinema first established in 1928—and runs through the end of this month. Our analytics tells us where our website visitors come from, and we do indeed get the occasional glance from Croatia, so for all of you in Zagreb and environs—go to this festival. You get Girl Boss Guerilla, Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom, and School of the Holy Beast. We've done short write-ups on all three films, so if you want to know more check, respectively, here, here, and here.
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