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Movie Set Colours of Ostrava: Pulp Fiction 2001: A Space Odyssey and Closely Watched Trains

Movie Set Colours of Ostrava: Pulp Fiction 2001: A Space Odyssey and Closely Watched Trains Classics of world cinema such as Pulp Fiction, Koyaanisqatsi, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Closely Watched Trains, unique musical documents about George Harrison, flamenco, Congolese street music or punk in Africa and fresh news in cinemas - eleven feature films this year will offer film scene Colours of Ostrava Festival (July 17 to 20), to be first placed in a cinema hall in the new building of the Great world of technology in the industrial Lower Vitkovice.

The program is produced in collaboration with the Summer Film School Hungarian fort, which will take place from July 25 to August 2. "With the new cinema in the big world, which will be opened within the project publicity world of technology, visitors will be able to watch movies from a comfortable seat with proper elevation on the big screen with perfect sound, "says Director of Lower Vitkovice Petr Koudela.

On each of the three days programmers Summer Film School Colours prepared for a different focus:

Friday will be the sign of the four innovations from the menu Association of Czech Film Clubs, which premiered in the last two years: French comedy Attila Marcel director Sylvain Chomet about his thirties Paul, who thanks bylinkovému tea can cause the remotest memories enchant all lovers of Amélie Poulain. British drama Broken World directed by Rufus Norris and Tim Roth in the lead role is strong, captivating and moving study of love in its many forms - idealized, unrequited, unwanted, and - ultimately - unconditional. Children's protagonist co-production to get to school, living in four different corners of the world (Kenya, Morocco, Argentina, India), connected by a common desire for knowledge. They realize that only by studying them can open the gateway to a better future and therefore each day embark on a long and arduous journey for education. Friday closes the award-winning Czech documentary Show! Director Bohdan Bláhovec that more than a year the way girl band 5Angels glory. The result is an authentic, much to the surprise shocking insight into the life teen band, which is de facto thought-out strategy, the implementation of business plans by the father of one of the angels.

SATURDAYS classics of world cinema from Project 100: Koyaanisqatsi music documentary, in which director Godfrey Reggio without words, only through fascinating images and accompanied by a stunningly minimalist music of Philip Glass's first comments on the relationship between nature and humans, respectively. destructive power of the human impact on our planet. The cult sci-fi 2001: A Space Odyssey is about to be featuring more. This masterpiece by director Stanley Kubrick inspired by a short story by Arthur C. Clarke raised during its theatrical release directly to mass hysteria and almost immediately became one of the best works of film history. The Colours film will be screened in a restored digital quality.
The cult of the cult 90s movies Pulp Fiction - Tales from the underworld is copyrighted Bibles Quentin Tarantino. To see homosexual rape converging two enemies of life and death? To see a gold watch, which passed through two world wars and a few rectums? To hear disputation on burgers at McDonalds, Burger King, Big Kahuna Burger and Jack in the Box? To know that heroin can vyšňupat and nose? To relive dance John Travolta? The Colours you will see again in new, refurbished and digital version. Saturday concludes classic Closely Watched Trains 1966 by director Jiri Menzel made ​​by the eponymous novel by Bohumil Hrabal.

Sunday
on the film scene Colours will present a unique musical history: Punk in Africa directed by Keith Jones and Deon Maas is the story of multi-racial punk movement that was born from the recent political and social upheavals in three countries in southern Africa. Spain-Czech documentary Children of flamenco tells the story of two young talented artists who come from rozdíleného ethnic and family background, but their paths intersect because of their extraordinary talent and love for flamenco music. Excellent documentary George Harrison - Living In The Material World by U.S. director Martin Scorsese brings the life of one of the most famous musicians of all time. The film is a testament to his childhood in Liverpool, the legendary era Beatles, his solo career and private life. Document won two Emmy Awards. The final film of the whole scene becomes a French documentary Dancing on Jupiter charismatic leader of a band Okwess Internation, who says that while Jupiter and Colours to perform this year. The local "Don Quijote" introduces viewers to the music scene Congo Kinshasa - full of teenage rappers, handicapped bluesmen, street children, Griot - and describes his twenty-year effort to move their songs out of the ghetto and on the concert stage.

The breaks between movies fill a short student films from the menu at Fresh Film Fest.

Trailer Colours of Ostrava 2014 :
More information on www.colours.cz .



Source: tz



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