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Slavonice Fest 2018

Hippie honored Milos Forman and the premiere of TOMAN by Ondrej Trojan. The Summer Film and Music Festival SLAVONICE FEST takes place in the Renaissance Slavonic for the fifth time in the 1st - 5th of August, and this year no boxes can be expected. On the contrary.

The audience await interesting films and music across genres and generations, the selection of which combines the main dramaturge, the founder and organizer of the festival, the producer and director Ondřej Trojan. "The Grant Commissions read to us that we are not a" winner ", do not know what Slavonice Fest box to include. Conversely, viewers are enthusiastic about the varied program. From two thousand in the first year, over 12,000 have gone through last year, and the interest continues to rise, "Trojan says about the festival whose paradoxical problem is the paradoxical thing that is so attractive - the Renaissance Slavonice is a small town with a charming history and a holiday atmosphere. also lack of accommodation capacity. "Slavonice is already very busy at the festival. They are nerves, but it will be the same as last year. This year we all come to Slavonic, "the organizers believe.

This year's Slavonice Fest will begin the screening of the legendary musical "Hair" on Wednesday 1 August at Cinestar Summer Cinema on the Slavonic Square. "All night, we want to honor the recently deceased director Milos Forman and the freedom he represents for our work and life for us," says Trojan, adding: "We plan to launch as a great summer hippie party, of course in period clothing, which will continue with the concert Tonyi Graves in the Slavonic Culture. "In the afternoon there will also be the opening of two exhibitions this year, the exhibition Between the pictures of the archive of cameraman Jaroslav Kučera in Fratres in Austria and the exhibitions of sculptors Stefan Milko and Martin Ceplech in Maří.

Slavonice Fest's audiences will also be the first to see a new film by Ondrej Trojan TOMAN on Thursday 2 August in an exclusive preview . The unbelievable but true story of the mysterious and controversial person of our foreign intelligence chief, who has significantly influenced post-war history, yet still does not know much about it yet, the lead role, actor Jiří Macháček and other guests will come. TOMAN goes to cinemas on October 4th.


The festival has 65 films from around the world screened in seven air-conditioned halls and divided into 5 traditional sections: Czech Film (Expert Supervision of Dream Expression, Pavel Göbl, Premiere, Sweets in Jigulik, Petr Horký and Arch of Lights and Shadows, Jan Svatoš, Milada, David Mrnka, Insects, Jan Švankmajer, Translator, Martin Šulík, Hastrman, Ondřej Havelka, 8 madness madness, Marta Nováková, Smile of sad men , Dan Svatek and others), World movie (Give me your name, Home is here, Happy End, Front Left, Foxtrot, Alien Alien, Unknown Soldier, Odnikud, Janička, Dog Island, Belier Family, Wind River, Sweet Country , The Florida Project, Silent Place, Documents from the One World Festival: Ghost Town, Fathers and Sons, Sisterhoods and more), Selection of the sculptor Jaroslav Rona (To the bone of the bones, To horses and people, Fast runner, This is our world, Dear citizen), HBO (The Story, Paterno, The Life and Death of Peter Seller and others) and this year's National Section is British Film (Three Billboards Behind Ebbing, Wind River, We Lost Stalin, Kes, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Brazil).

Apart from this, Slavonice Fest will also present the work of Czech Television, in which it will screen as the Work in Progress the first two parts of the prepared series of Jan Prušinovský according to the script of Petr Koleček MOST! and Documents Czech Journal: Borders of the work of director Apolina Rychlíková and Nerodič by director Jana Počtová. The Cinestar Cinema Summer Cinema will feature cool outdoor films every night (Hair, Me, Tonya, President Blanik, Gardening: The Sucker, Tata's Volley). The program also includes a student film competition, the winner of which will be selected for the fourth time by the jury. The main prize of Slavonice Fest for the best film is traditionally decided by the audience.


This year's 12 concerts, 4 major at the Kulturák stage and 8 in the Baroque Stroller will be played by Tonya Graves, Zrní, Three Sisters, Aneta Langerová, Chris Beer, Lenka Nová and Petr Malásek, Circus Submarine, Kieslowski, Kalle, Sudy potu, Annabelle Fárová a Monika Načeva with Michal Pavlíček. Dance party by DJ Dr. Peter, DJ James Wing, DJ Evryday and DJ Robot.


An accompanying program, whether for children's screenings or art exhibitions, which Slavonice Fest offers this year's record, is also of great interest. Within the framework of the Slavonice Fest Without Borders project, which will be held with the support of the European Regional Development Fund INTERREG Austria - Czech Republic, the exhibition Between - Pictures from the archive of cameraman Jaroslav Kučera (more about the exhibition below) will take place on the Austrian side of the Fratres border. The sculptor and artist Stefan Milkov will be exhibiting at the church in Maríe this year, and the permanent exhibition of the sculptor Martin Ceplech will grow in the adjacent garden. Two other exhibitions are also awaiting spectators in Slavonice at the Federal House and the Festival Center, where the Czech Art Prize will be exhibited.

Slavonice Fest, together with the audience, will support Kapička local charity bazaar and through it small patients who fight leukemia and the Pink Bubble organization, which helps oncology patients at the border of adulthood.

The fiancé of the festival was created by the fifth leading film editor Vladimír Barák, Jiří Macháček said.

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