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Mezipatra is coming and we have fresh information about what you can look forward to. As usual, it will start with its Prague part, which will take place from 3rd to 10th November. The festival will continue in Brno from 11th to 18th November, followed by echoes in Olomouc from 23rd to 27th November and Hradec Kralove from 8th to 9th December..
Mezipatra is part of Prague Pride once again with the program Identity in the City. Stop in Containall in Little Quarter from From Monday 8th to Thursday 11th August. You can join debates, try some quiz and see great movies. The program starts at 7pm, screenings at 9pm. The whole program is free.
Ani letos nebude na festivalu Prague Pride chybět doprovodný program Mezipater. Od 8. do 11.srpna představíme v Containallu tradiční program pod názvem Identita ve městě.
The third event of Mezipatra Approved will be a unique screening of Grandma. The independent comedy enchanted audiences at Sundance as well as at last year's Mezipatra.
Todd Haynes’ romantic drama takes place in early 1950s of 20th in New York. Young clerk in a Manhattan department store Theresa (Rooney Mara) meets alluring Carol (Cate Blanchett) who is at the breaking point of her marriage. Unexpected love affair flares up between them followed by their families’ misunderstanding.
The 17th edition of the QFF Mezipatra will take place:
November 3-10, 2016 in Prague
November 11-18, 2016 in Brno
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Freedom of speech, the possibility to express your opinion and peacefully exert the equality principle are not just empty phrases for us, but inseparable parts of modern society. This is why we condemn violent Saturday attacks against the Klinika autonomous social centre, when aggressors yet unknown endangered not only lives and health of people, but also these basic democratic principles.
Díky za vaši podporu, za všechny ty filmy, co jste viděli a skvělou atmosféru Mezipater, na kterou se můžete těšit zase příští rok!
We introduce films with queer topics even outside of the festival. As a part of Mezipatra Approved, we will present The Danish Girl – a film about a woman who found the courage to be truly herself.