This year’s program consists of 11 film from countries of Visegrád Group – Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. The directors will present films in Q&A format. One can find any kind of films in the program – music biopics («Icarus») or historical dramas («Zieja»).
There will be an online round table on the topic of «Co-production of Ukrainian content with countries of Visegrád Group» with representatives of cultural institutions from participant countries, the exhibition «Czech women in cinema» by Czech Center in Kyiv and a number of online workshops as a part of the «Visegrád cinema days».
Schedule is live and tickets are available on Zhovten Cinema website – https://zhovten-kino.kiev.ua
«Visegrád cinema day-2020» program:
- Charlatan | Agnieszka Holland | 2020 | Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovakia, Poland
- Icarus | Maciej Pieprzyca | 2019 | Poland
- Sweat | Magnus von Horn | 2020| Poland
- Zieja | Robert Glinski | 2020 | Poland
- Czarny Mercedes | Janusz Majewski | 2019 | Poland
- Punk Never Ends | Juro Slauka | 2019 | Slovakia
- Servants | Ivan Ostrochovský | 2019 | Slovakia, Romania
- Havel | Slávek Horák | 2020 | Czech Republic
- Cook F**k Kill | Mira Fornay | 2019 | Czech Republic
- Valan | Béla Bagota | 2019 | Hungary
- Those Who Remained | Barnabás Tóth | 2019 | Hungary
19:00 – Zieja | Robert Glinski | 2020 | Poland
21:30 – Servants | Ivan Ostrochovský | 2019 | Slovakia, Romania
17:00 – Czarny Mercedes| Janusz Majewski | 2019 | Poland
19:20 – Punk Never Ends | Juro Slauka | 2019 | Slovakia
21:10 – Charlatan | Agnieszka Holland | 2020 | Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovakia, Poland
16:30 – Valan | Béla Bagota | 2019 | Hungary
18:45 – Icarus | Maciej Pieprzyca | 2019 | Poland
21:10 – Cook F**k Kill| Mira Fornay | 2019 | Czech Republic
16:50 – Those Who Remained| Barnabás Tóth | 2019 | Hungary
18:50 – Havel | Slávek Horák | 2020 | Czech Republic
21:10 – Sweat | Magnus von Horn | 2020| Poland
Visegrád Cinema Days is the week of screenings of modern films from around the Visegrád Group region – the alliance of the four Central European states: Poland, Czechia, Hungary, and Slovakia.
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrád Grants from International Visegrád Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. To achieve this goal ‘Molodist’ KIFF organizes Visegrád cinema days in Kyiv and screens the films from Visegrád Group countries The film collection of the festival is made with the support from thePolish Film Institute, Slovak Film Institute, Czech Film Center, and the Hungarian National Film Fund.