Films ordered by english title
2N5 30/6 22:00 Národní dům Cinema 5N5 3/7 22:00 Národní dům CinemaDirected by: Erik Poppe
Norway, 2018, 90min.
On July 22, 2011, a right-wing extremist attacked several hundred young people who were attending a summer camp sponsored by the Workers’ Youth League. Sixty-nine of them did not survive the rampage. Norwegian director Erik Poppe returns to the tragedy in order to see it through the eyes of the unsuspecting campers, who had to fight for their lives for a chaotic and interminable seventy minutes.
1K3 29/6 14:00 Drahomíra Cinema 621 4/7 09:30 Small HallDirected by: Laura Dunn
USA, 2007, 97min.
Section: Made in Texas: Tribute to Austin Film Society
Focusing on the rapid development of Austin and how it threatens the city’s pristine natural resources, Dunn weaves a tale about land and culture that is enthralling and poetic, a story of how environment shapes people. Her collaborators include Robert Redford and Austin-based Terrence Malick, the luminaries of environmentally-connected filmmaking.
2L5 30/6 16:30 Lazne III Cinema 4H1 2/7 10:30 Husovka Theatre 754 5/7 17:00 Cinema BDirected by: Miroslav Janek
Czech Republic, 2017, 84min.
Section: Czech Films 2017–2018
Creative fervour and the genesis of several legendary Czech films are mapped out in this documentary portrayal of a man whose life was defined by his passion for film. Jiří Brdečka became celebrated for his animation works and also for his screenplays written for the likes of Jan Werich and Oldřich Lipský. Documentarist Miroslav Janek allows us a glimpse into the filmmaker’s private world.