Thirty years have passed since the Fall of the Iron Curtain. This is a good opportunity to question, through some lmmakers’ point of view, the ways in which profound changes have taken place since 1989 in Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and Czech societies.Thirty years have passed since the Fall of the Iron Curtain. This is a good opportunity to question, through some lmmakers’ point of view, the ways in which profound changes have taken place since 1989 in Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and Czech societies.The event will o er a series of screenings and debates in the presence of many guests with diverse backgrounds and will take place from October 18th to October 20th 2019 in di erent venues in Paris. This program is a unique opportunity to discover talented and multi-award-winning artists, as well as the newest lmmaking trends in Central Europe. With the support of Visegrad International Fund and the Paris City Hall - Label Paris Europe.
October 18th from 3pm to 6pm - House of Europe (29, avenue de Villiers, 75017 Paris)
Debates: Cinema as a cultural challenge in uni ed Europe
With the presence of: Andor F. Dávid (General Director of the Visegrad International Fund), Julien Ezanno (Department of European and International A airs of the CNC), Szabolcs Hajdu (Filmmaker, Hungary), Markéta Hodouskova (Creative Europe Expert and Czech-In Festival), Catherine Horel (Historian, CNRS), Isabella Kiszka-Ho ik (International Sales, former director of PISF, Poland), Jana Kluková (Producer, Slovakia), Sophie Mirouze (La Rochelle Film Festival and Weekend of East) and Ariel Schweitzer (critic in the Cahiers du cinéma).
October 18th at 7pm - Auditorium of the Cityof Paris (5, quai de l'Hôtel de ville, 75004 Paris) Film: Rabbit à la Berlin / Królik po berlińsku, director Bartosz Konopka, Poland,52 minutes, 2009— Screening followed by a cocktail
October 19th at 7pm - Hungarian Institute of Paris (92, rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris)Film: It’s not the time of my life / Ernelláék Farkaséknál, director Szabolcs Hajdu, Hungary, 81 minutes, 2016— Screening followed by a meeting with the director and a cocktail
October 20th at 4pm - Cinéma Les 3 Luxembourg (67 Rue Monsieur le Prince, 75006 Paris)Film: When the war comes / Až přijde válka, director Jan Gebert, Czech Republic,76 minutes, 2018
October 20th at 6:30pm - Czech Center of Paris (18, rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris)Film: Cooking History / Ako sa varia dejiny, Director Péter Kerekes, Slovakia, 88 minutes, 2009 — Screening followed by a cocktail
More information: http://kino-visegrad.fr/