MFF Praha - Febiofest
Just like in previous years, Prague IFF – Febiofest will venture outside of the capital after the end of the core programme.
Some of the most intense encounters with current world cinema will be offered to viewers in Prostějov, Hradec Králové, Olomouc, České Budějovice, Brno, Beroun, Děčín, Zlín, Liberec a Ostrava. The official closing film in Ostrava will be Karel, a feature-length documentary which has been shown only a handful of times so far.
Prostějov / 30 September – 1 October / Kino Metro70
Hradec Králové / 29-30 September / Bio Central
Olomouc / 21 September / Metropol
České Budějovice / 20-22 September / Kino Kotva
Beroun / 29 September – 1 October / Městské kino Beroun
Děčín / 26-28 September / Kino Sněžník
Brno / 27-29 September / Cinema City Velký Špalíček
Zlín / 30 September – 1 October / Golden Apple Cinema
Liberec / 24-25 September / Kino Varšava
Ostrava / 7-9 October / Kino Etáž
The 2021 Regions Tour will present remarkable films from the festival selection and distribution programme, including:
The intimate adventure drama about a father-daughter duo A Minute of Eternity, shot by Rudolf Havlík in the extreme conditions of Iceland’s wilderness. The new comedy Rifkin's Festival by legendary director and screenwriter Woody Allen, which tells the story of his greatest love – the magic of the silver screen. The new Czech-Slovak coproduction film Kryštof, directed by Zdeněk Jiráský, which deals with faith, hope and sacrifice. The horror Saint Maud by author and director Rose Glass, about a devout nurse dangerously set on saving the soul of a dying patient. And French filmmaker Charlène Favier’s feature debut Slalom tells the story of talented fifteen-year-old Lyz, who is training with a tough former champion to become a professional skier star.