The long waiting is finally over! On October 17, we will disclose our safely guarded trailer. Themed around the Be Your Own Champion motto, it was directed by Štěpán FOK Vodrážka as his second Mezipatra trailer. You'll also find out which films we've prepared for you this year.

We’re counting down the days! Mezipatra will be eighteen this year, and that’s a reason to celebrate. The Prague part will take place from November 2 to 9. The festival will continue in Brno from November 11 to 18, followed by echoes in Olomouc, Hradec Králové and Český Krumlov.

Impatient souls and loyal fans, beware! Highlight October 18 in your diary – we will reveal the whole program of this year’s Mezipatra.

Can't wait for this year's Mezipatra? Save some money and buy a festival pass in advance! You can see any seven screenings for the price of five tickets. You can buy the pass in Prague for CZK 540 from October 4 to October 18 in cinemas Lucerna and Světozor, Kino Pilotů, Kino 35 and in Brno for CZK 540 from October 6 till the end of the festival in the Scala cinema and new festival venue ArtBar Druhý Pád. You can purchase the pass in the cinemas or online (in that case, come exchange the online confirmation for the official pass at the cinema).

In cooperation with Be2Can we present the French film 120 BPM. This year's third evening of the Mezipatra Approved series takes place in the big screening hall of Lucerna cinema on October 5 at 20:00.

The new community café Patra opened on August 8, 2017. It will offer not only pleasant service, excellent coffee, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and vegetarian refreshments, but also cultural events, screenings, exhibitions, and lectures. The multi-purpose function-room above the café will give you a chance to regularly meet the festival team and numerous other interesting personalities.

Are all lesbians on film dangerous and bloodthirsty? What is the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality? How heated is the discussion on LGBTQ+ in Africa, actually? All of your questions will be answered as part of a discussion series brought to you by Mezipatra during the Prague Pride. Each discussion starts at 7:00 pm and is in Czech only. Followed by English friendly screenings, starting 8:30 pm every day from August 8–11. You can find us in the Kampus Hybernská space at Hybernská 4, and naturally on Grindr or Tinder as well. Free admission to all events.
You can also join the Facebook event!

The preparations for this year's Mezipatra are in full swing. We are refining the film program, luring interesting guests, and planning unforgettable parties. In the meantime, you should grab your diaries and note this year's dates:

Prague: November  9 , 2017
Brno: November 10 – 17, 2017

The 17th edition of Mezipatra festival featured a total of 64 queer themed films. The Prague part of the festival was attended by 7.000 visitors and guests from eight different countries. What movies scored as the best? The Main Jury Award went to The Ornithologist by Portuguese director João Pedro Rodrigues, the prize for the best short film had been awarded to Norwegian Thanks for Dancing.  Based on the votes of the audience, the number one movie was Conor Gorgan's documentary TheQueen of Ireland.

FlightNetwork, one of Canada’s largest online travel websites, has compiled the ultimate list of 27 European film festivals worthy of your time and admiration. We are so happy to announce that Mezipatra QFF was among them! It describes us as one of the most daring and progressively minded events in Europe. What a great news! We are honored to be next to all the reputable festivals such as Belgian Oostende or The Norwegian Short Film Festival. You can find the full list on FlightNetwork

 

FaLang translation system by Faboba