The IFI, in association with the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ireland, is proud to present ‘Intimate Lighting’, a season of films from the Czech New Wave. Featuring the work of cinematic masters such as Jiří Menzel, Jan Němec, Miloš Forman, Ivan Passer and Karel Vachek, this new season represents a rare opportunity to see these highly influential films on the big screen. The IFI is also delighted to welcome Professor Jaromír Šofr, cinematographer on Menzel’s Closely Observed Trains, for a Q&A and Masterclass.
A multi-event pass, 5 films for €45, is available by phone or in person from the IFI Box Office – 01 679 3477.
For interview requests and images, please contact Michelle McDonagh (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the IFI Press Office on 01 679 5744.
‘INTIMATE LIGHTING’ SCHEDULE:
SAT APR 8th (14.00): Moravian Hellas (Moravská Hellas) and Diamonds of The Night (Démanty noci)
SUN APR 9th (14.00): The Loves of a Blonde (Lásky jedné plavovlásky)
WED APR 12th (18.30): Intimate Lighting (Intimní osvětlení)
WED APR 19th (18.30): Nobody Will Laugh (Nikdo se nebude smát)
SAT APR 22nd (14.00): A Report on The Party and The Guests (O slavnosti a hostech)
SUN APR 23rd (20.00): Closely Observed Trains (Ostře sledované vlaky)
MON APR 24th (18.30): Public master-class with Prof. Jaromír Šofr
WED APR 26th (18.15): The Seventh Day, the Eighth Night (Den sedmý, osmá noc)
SAT APR 29th (14.00): The Firemen’s Ball (Hoří, má panenko)
SUN APR 30th (14.00): The Cremator (Spalovač mrtvol)
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