Films ordered by  english title

  • 2P2 1/7 13:00 Pupp Cinema
    4H3 3/7 13:30 Husovka Theatre
    555 4/7 17:00 Cinema B
    7C6 6/7 21:30 Čas Cinema
    Los Perros Los perros
    Directed by: Marcela Said
    France / Chile, 2017, 94min.
    Section: Another View

    Contemporary Chilean cinema is present at every major festival, and things were no different this year at Cannes where Marcela Said’s second movie played Critics’ Week. This disturbing psycho-romance with political overtones brings together pampered fortysomething Marina and Juan, a former army officer troubled by a dark past (starring Antonia Zegers and Alfredo Castro from The Club).

  • 2D5 1/7 18:30 Karlovy Vary Municipal Theatre
    3L4 2/7 19:30 Lazne III Cinema
    Pomegranate Orchard Nar baği
    Directed by: Ilgar Najaf
    Azerbaijan, 2017, 90min.
    Section: East of the West - Competition

    Gabil returns home to the humble family farmstead, surrounded by an orchard of venerable pomegranate trees; since his sudden departure twelve years ago he was never once in contact. However, the deep emotional scars he left behind cannot be erased from one day to the next. A private drama set in a picturesque landscape which tells of wrongdoings simmering below the surface of seeming innocence.

  • 1L1 30/6 10:30 Lazne III Cinema
    3H5 2/7 19:30 Husovka Theatre
    7C5 6/7 18:30 Čas Cinema
    833 7/7 13:00 Congress Hall
    POOLSIDEMAN Pûrusaido man
    Directed by: Hirobumi Watanabe
    Japan, 2016, 117min.
    Section: Another View

    Yusuke Mizuhara is a taciturn lifeguard living out his monotonous life in a suburb north of Tokyo between home and a forgotten pool. What’s behind the impenetrable façade of a young man confronted daily by reports of the tragedies plaguing different parts of the world? A formally ambitious, geometrically precise film about certain unexplained thought processes associated with the Japanese mentality.

  • 321 2/7 09:30 Small Hall
    822 7/7 12:30 Small Hall
    This film will be screened with films: Love and the Zeppelin, The Badly-Drawn Hen, The Forester’s Song, Revenge, Metamorpheus, There Was Once a Miller on the River, The Face, The Miner’s Rose
    Prince Měděnec’s Secret Chamber Třináctá komnata prince Měděnce
    Directed by: Jiří Brdečka
    Czechoslovakia, 1980, 9min.
    Section: Out of the Past

    A fairy-tale grotesque for adults about a voracious prince and a fragile princess. In order to be able to marry his beloved, the young man pretends to live only on the fragrance of flowers while, in reality, he gorges himself on food in his secret chamber… Jiří Brdečka’s last animated film.

  • 3P4 2/7 19:00 Pupp Cinema
    657 5/7 22:30 Cinema B
    8H4 7/7 16:30 Husovka Theatre
    A Prominent Patient Masaryk
    Directed by: Julius Ševčík
    Czech Republic / Slovak Republic, 2016, 114min.
    Section: Czech Films 2016–2017

    Diplomat Jan Masaryk had to confront both his inner demons and major historical events whose severe consequences he tried to overturn in London just before the signing of the Munich Agreement. Employing two different timelines, director Julius Ševčík tells the story of a man who felt betrayed on too many fronts. A Prominent Patient was the recipient of twelve Czech Lions.


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