WEDNESDAYS’ CULTURAL CIRCLE (WCC): INTERVIEW WITH VLADIMIR TALESKI (WELL KNOWN DIVER) AND PROJECTION OF MOVIE „GIANT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA“

This month Wednesdays’ cultural circle (10th April at 18h) is reserved for movie projection „ Giant at the bottom of the sea“and for interview with well known diver Vladimir Taleski. Program will be held on the fourth floor in the festive “red” room. We invite our ambulant and hospitalized patients and staff of the Institute, to come and enjoy in the film which won first prize at the International Festival of Underwater Film. After a film projection, guests will have opportunity to interact in conversation with our diver.

Vladimir Taleski is actively engaged in diving and the holder of several records in this sport. He is one of the founders of „Triton ast“diving club. He has participated in organizing, shooting and producing of several documentarian movies, of which six won the first prize at the International Festival of Underwater Film in Belgrade, as well as three awards at international film festivals abroad.

Before interview with Vladimir Taleski, will be hold a movie projection “Giant at the bottom of the sea”, produced by TRITON MEDIA. The film is about the Austro-Hungarian naval cruiser Zenta, one of the largest ships sunk in the Adriatic Sea, 16th August 1914. The film won first prize at the International Underwater Film Festival and the second prize in France at the International Festival of Underwater Film ANTIB, in the category of historical film.

Outpatients are asked to leave a health ID upon arrival on the main counter, and to highlight to nurses that they are coming to WCC.

More about the WCC and this year’s program can be viewed at the link here.