The Czech Republic’s sci-fi film festival Future Gate will kick off this Wednesday in Prague and in its competition section this year, will screen new psychedelic sci-fi horror Color Out of Space, based on the short story by the legendary H.P. Lovecraft.
This year, the Prague French Film Festival boasts a number of titles with both Czech AND English subtitles. From competition films like Cannes hit comedy On a Magical Night to Ladj Ly’s visceral Parisian gang thriller Les Misérables, and a retrospective on French auteur Henri-Georges Clouzot. Prague based cinemas Kino Lucerna, Kino Svetozor, Kino 35 and Edison Filmhub will host the festival from November 20th – 27th.
This year, Czech Republic’s queer film festival Mezipatra will celebrate its 20th anniversary from November 7th – 14th with a wonderfully diverse programme carefully selected in line with this year’s theme ‘Winds of Change’ – a focus on the persistence and drive one must have to bring continuous change to a world that is still far from perfect. Check out this year’s festival trailer by Jay Walker.
Film Europe’s Be2Can festival is here again and promises an eclectic selection of international festival films that will surprise, shock and wow even the most avid cinema-goer.
To celebrate its landmark 20th anniversary, Prague’s Mezipatra Queer Film Festival recently announced that they have kicked off the summer with their new LGBTQ film distribution label Queer Kino.
The Film is GREAT festival will showcase four new British films from the 10th to the 16th of June to celebrate the landmark 100th anniversary of the British Embassy in the Czech Republic.
The 19th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival is fast approaching and the festival has just released their programme along with this year’s theme, ‘Beyond Reality’, which promises to fully immerse audiences in fantasy and vivid imagination.
This year, the 5th edition of the wonderful Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest presents a diverse programme of Aussie and Kiwi culture, which includes traditional food, live music and dance, as well as the always impressive line-up of films, including a special screening of the Kiwi award-winning classic Once Were Warriors. The festival will take place in Kino Lucerna and Kino Ponrepo from November 2 – 7.
An English friendly screening of the new French biopic Gauguin – Voyage de Tahiti, based on the life of the famous French painter Paul Gauguin, will open Prague’s 5th annual Crème de la Crème festival of French films happening 11 – 14 May in Kino Lucerna and Kino Evald.
The Future Gate Sci-fi Film Festival is upon us and will boast an impressive and eclectic mix of titles this year, including classics like the The Fifth Element and Terminator 2.