Absurd at the Azov Sea

During the recent trip, the Absurd team explored cities around the Azov region and got full on Russian experience mixed with very special local vibes. Skateboarding by Gosha Konyshev, Philipp Kharel, Trofim Ovchinnikov and Pasha Kuznetsov. Filmed and edited by Khud and Barabaka.

When Russian people mention vacation time by the sea they usually mean the Black Sea. It’s understandable because all the major sea resorts, best Russian beaches and main sea ports are located on the Black Sea coast. But Russia also has an access to an another southern sea called the Azov Sea. It’s way smaller, not as scenic as the Black Sea and its coastline isn’t that well developed. The Sea of Azov is one of the smallest and the shallowest sea in the world.

Absurd at the Azov Sea will be screened at the Brijuni island on Sunday 30th, the last day of the festival. Don’t forget to reserve your boat ride ticket here.

Boat ride to Brijuni

Don’t wait for the last moment, reserve your ticket for the boat ride to Brijuni island for the last screening on Sunday 30th.

Tickets will be available for purchase during the festival and you’ll be able to buy last minute tickets at VFF2018 booth at the pier from 17:00-17.30 h. Cash only (exact change preferred). Tickets are 35 Croatian Kuna per person (5 Euros), departure is from the main dock in Fažana at 18:00h and screening start at 20:00 h.

You can also pre-book your ferry ride ticket by filling out the form and we’ll get back to you!

Boat ride to Brijuni screening

On the last day of the festival, Sunday 24th of September, the screenings of Abkhazia and Island is going to take place  at the Brijuni National Park, an archipelago in Fažana Bay.

Ticket price is 25 Croatian kuna per person, departure is from the main dock in Fažana at 6PM and screening starts at 8PM. Make sure to pre-book your ferry ride ticket by filling out the form and we will get back to you with your reservation. Tickets are limited.

Ticket pickup is going to be available in VFF2017 booth near the ferry from 5-5.45 PM. Cash only (exact change preferred).

*We kindly remind those who booked accommodation through our website that the ferry ticket was included in the price.

Photo: Tomaž Šantl

Brijuni island


Colin Read will be with us today on the Brioni islands for an open screening of his latest film Spirit Quest. The film will be starting at 20:00, with an organized departure by boat from Fažana at 18:00 pm – tickets for the ship amounted to 25 kn per person, available from the National Park Brijuni reception in Fažana.
All interested parties should be in Fažana at the main dock no later than 17.45.