According to Vlado Kristl, 'The only good films are those that destroy order and convention.' Born in 1923, the filmmaker founded the EXAT '51 1950 - 1956. Based in Zagreb, the controversial art group advocated abstract art and visual communication during a time of socialist realism.
Kristl's work ranged from pioneering animation and experimental films to poetry and painting. One of his earliest films was banned, leading Kristl to migrate from Croatia to Germany in 1962.
In a collaboration between the Tate Modern, Goethe-Institut, and Munich Film Museum a series of screenings will be held at the Tate Modern from the 7th - 16th November, exploring his extensive range of work. Tickets to the the six events are £5 each for adults and £4 concessions. You can also get a £20 season ticket that will give you access to everything.