Films ordered by english title
1C4 29/6 15:30 Čas Cinema 3H5 1/7 22:30 Husovka Theatre 6N1 4/7 10:00 Národní dům CinemaDirected by: Amy Scott
USA, 2018, 90min.
Section: Out of the Past
Harold and Maude, The Last Detail, Coming Home and Being There. Four exceptional titles from Hal Ashby that rank among the best that 1970s American cinema had to offer. This documentary portrait presenting the life and work of a remarkable filmmaker features a number of Ashby’s collaborators, among them Jane Fonda, Jeff Bridges, Alexander Payne and Norman Jewison.
415 2/7 14:00 Grand Hall 9D6 7/7 18:30 Karlovy Vary Municipal TheatreDirected by: Alice Rohrwacher
Italy / Switzerland / France / Germany, 2018, 125min.
This year the Cannes jury conferred Best Screenplay on the third picture from Italian director Alice Rohrwacher, who also turned heads on the French Riviera with Corpo Celeste and The Wonders. Addressing the question whether or not friendship can travel through time, Rohrwacher responds with a dreamlike story of kindhearted Lazzaro, who takes various adventures armed with an unshakable faith in human beings.
1C8 29/6 23:59 Čas Cinema 628 4/7 23:59 Small HallDirected by: Russell Mulcahy
United Kingdom / USA, 1986, 116min.
Section: Midnight Screenings
They come from the dawn of time, quietly traversing the centuries. They live among us, fighting and falling in love. Connor MacLeod, immortal, was born in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century. Only another immortal can kill him. He and his challenger are battling their way to a final encounter. In the end only one can remain.
218 30/6 20:00 Grand Hall 3P2 1/7 13:00 Pupp Cinema 5K2 3/7 11:30 Drahomíra CinemaDirected by: Sonja Prosenc
Slovenia / Italy / Norway, 2018, 105min.
Section: Official Selection - Competition
Seventeen-year-old Iva is in the process of coming to terms with the death of her mother. Influenced by this deep personal loss and by the discovery that she didn’t know everything about her mom, the girl slowly immerses herself into a strange, almost dreamlike world. Sonja Prosenc’s movie is dominated by a distinctive poetic that attacks the viewer’s senses, as well as by a narratively loose style and an ability to construct a story with the aid of the subtlest of suggestions.
3P6 1/7 22:00 Pupp Cinema 816 6/7 17:00 Grand HallDirected by: Scott Cooper
USA, 2017, 134min.
The 20th century is just around the corner and resistance from the indigenous peoples of North America against concerted white efforts at genocide is now at a trickle. Traveling from Arizona to Montana, a dangerous pilgrimage by a motley crew is underway led by a taciturn American Army captain assigned to carry out what he considers an odious task – to escort a sick Cheyenne chief on his last journey. Starring Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, and Wes Studi.
1N2 29/6 13:00 Národní dům Cinema 254 30/6 17:00 Cinema B 7N2 5/7 13:00 Národní dům CinemaDirected by: Natalia Garagiola
Argentina / USA / France / Germany / Qatar, 2017, 105min.
Untamed South American scenery as a reflection of the tattered internal landscape of a father and son, hunter and apprentice, whose confrontational relationship is pushed to an extreme level of instinct during a hunt. Here, hunting stands as an initiation ritual that employs the predator-prey dynamic to teach not only killing but also humility and forgiveness.