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Agram, die Hauptstadt Kroatien (Croatian: Zagreb, glavni grad Hrvatske, English: Zagreb, capital of Croatia) is a short film directed by Oktavijan Miletić in 1943 in the Independent State of Croatia. It was produced for Tobis Film in Germany and showed cultural activities in Zagreb, as well as the main monuments of the city.
The film remained unfinished as the sound was not completed, and was sent to the German Reichsfilmarchiv. After the fall of Nazi Germany, the film came into the possession of the Soviet Union which had confiscated the archive. In 1990, the film material was returned to the Bundesfilmarchiv. In 2008, Daniel Rafaelić discovered the movie in the archive, and its restoration soon began.
The restored film premiered at, and opened, the 2008 Zagreb Film Festival.