New Finnish Cinema
A breath of fresh air with a tint of a sense of humour far from being trivial, mixed with a bit of sadness and grotesque: these are the ingredients that define Finnish Cinema and make it unique. This is a fitting description for both old classics and latest productions that come from Finland. More »

Must See Must Be
The section Must See Must Bee is a summary of the films screened during the most important film festivals around the world which even the most knowledgeable film enthusiasts might have missed, when making an effort to digest the plethora of new film productions. More »

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CULTURAL EXCHANGEExperience of Freedom in Contemporary History: Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic. The programme of  CULTURAL EXCHANGE section focuses on the common experience of getting the freedom of four countries Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary exploring their historical similarity. The programme presents selected films which put stress on the main historical movements in V4 countries… More »

Children of GloryChildren of Glory
Szabadság, szerelem
dir. Krisztina Goda
Hungary 2006, 123’
Closely Observed TrainsClosely Observed Trains
Ostře sledované vlaky
dir. Jiři Menzel
Czechoslovakia 1966, 93’
Divided We FallDivided We Fall
Musíme si pomáhat
dir. Jan Hřebejk
Czech Republic, Germany 2000, 123’
Escape from the ‘Liberty’ CinemaEscape from the ‘Liberty’ Cinema
Ucieczka z kina Wolność
dir. Wojciech Marczewski
Poland 1990, 87’
dir. Andrzej Wajda
Poland 2007, 118’
dir. Jan Sverak
Czech Republic 1996, 104’
Paper HeadsPaper Heads
Papierove Hlavy
dir. Dusan Hanák
Slovakia 1995, 96’
Time We Live, TheTime We Live, The
Čas, Ktory Žijeme
dir. Vladimír Kubenko
Czechoslovakia 1968, 65’