Films ordered by english title
212 1/7 11:30 Grand Hall 3C4 2/7 15:30 Čas Cinema 712 6/7 11:30 Grand HallDirected by: Derik Murray, Adrian Buitenhuis
Canada, 2017, 91min.
Section: Special Events
The charismatic actor appearing in the iconic role of the Joker left us before he was able to completely fulfil his creative potential. Nine years after the star’s tragic death comes a documentary portrait which doesn’t merely focus on Ledger, it also conveys his perception of the world through his own personal archives.
155 30/6 17:00 Cinema B 4P3 3/7 16:00 Pupp Cinema 7H2 6/7 10:30 Husovka TheatreDirected by: Bohdan Sláma
Czech Republic / Slovak Republic / France, 2017, 106min.
Section: Czech Films 2016–2017
Is there an age limit to changing your life? And once you decide to go ahead with it, will your nearest and dearest try to dissuade you? In Bohdan Sláma’s new tragicomedy a sixty-year-old widow finally manages to shake off the influence of her selfish sons in order to begin a new life with a hardy nonconformist. But any kind of change is going to cost something.
2N1 1/7 10:00 Národní dům Cinema 8K6 7/7 20:00 Drahomíra CinemaDirected by: Andrzej Jakimowski
Poland / France / Portugal / United Kingdom, 2012, 105min.
Section: People Next Door
Sight-impaired instructor Ian arrives at a renowned boarding school to acquaint a group of similarly disabled students with the techniques of spatial orientation. The group is soon well-attuned to his unorthodox teaching methods; however, their increasing desire to learn more about their surroundings brings with it a painful discovery. A poetic film about the boundless imagination that awakens from a world of perpetual darkness.
3K3 2/7 11:30 Drahomíra Cinema 554 4/7 14:00 Cinema B 8H5 7/7 19:30 Husovka Theatre This film will be screened with films: Extrapolate, FUDDY DUDDY, keep that dream burning, Urth, The Lost Object, Burning Mountains That Spew Flame, What Happens to the MountainDirected by: Ben Pointeker
Austria, 2017, 6min.
A cinematic poem shrouded in shadow and mist revealing an inner world, an inward dream landscape of anxiety, alienation, isolation, and desire. Entrancing poetry relies on a delicate grasp but it’s impossible to resist its inner magic.
423 3/7 15:30 Small Hall 8L4 7/7 19:30 Lazne III Cinema This film will be screened with films: Seven Awkward Sex Scenes. Part One, Schoolyard BluesDirected by: Damián Vondrášek
Czech Republic, 2016, 27min.
Section: Future Frames: Ten New Filmmakers To Follow
An offer of a job as a prison educator could help unemployed teacher Jakub resolve a difficult family situation. His father-in-law exacerbates his already low self-confidence, and the man most certainly imagined a different kind of son-in-law. The claustrophobic feelings Jakub experiences at the prison, however, lead him to a single question: Does he want to control others the rest of his life or be controlled by them?
3P5 2/7 22:00 Pupp Cinema 4K5 3/7 17:00 Drahomíra Cinema 713 6/7 14:00 Grand Hall 9N3 8/7 13:00 Národní dům CinemaDirected by: Fatih Akin
Germany / France, 2017, 106min.
Fatih Akin’s new thriller tells the story of Katja, whose happy family life is torn apart by sudden tragedy. Desperate, in a world full of unjustified hatred, she suppresses all her inhibitions in order to achieve justice. Diane Kruger gives an outstanding performance, for which she took away the Best Actress award at the recent Cannes film festival.
1C4 30/6 15:30 Čas Cinema 3H6 2/7 22:30 Husovka Theatre 5N4 4/7 16:00 Národní dům Cinema 7H5 6/7 19:30 Husovka Theatre This film will be screened with films: Who’s Who in Mycology, Red Light, Dadyaa: The Woodpeckers of Rotha, Chasse RoyaleDirected by: Wregas Bhanuteja
Indonesia, 2016, 13min.
Section: Prague Short Film Festival Presents
Lunch break in a small storage facility. A table with a plastic tablecloth, two chairs, she, he, and a box of matches. The rules are simple – 10,000 rupees per match.