• The 18th edition of Mezipatra Queer Film Festival will end in Brno on Friday.
  • The festival offered 65 films and 22 accompanying events. It was visited by 11.800 people.
  • The Audience Award winner is God's Own Country.
  • The Prague part of 18th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival is ending on Thursday.
  • The festival, with its motto of Be Your Own Champion, presented 65 films and ten accompanying events in Prague this year.
  • Between November 2 and 9, Mezipatra in Prague was visited by almost 8.000 people.
  • The 18th edition of Mezipatra Queer Film Festival will welcome international guests again.
  • German director Chris Miera and Canadian documentary director Arshad Khan will bring their feature films.
  • The accompanying program will include a performance by Ena Lind, a DJ and legend of Berlin queer underground.
  • Mezipatra Queer Film Festival will introduce six documentaries corresponding with the topic of Be Your Own Champion.
  • The program will also include the competition of 41 short films in seven thematically diverse blocks.
  • The highlights include American documentary Stumped as well as the intimate and autobiographic Abu.
  • Mezipatra has disclosed the 18th edition's program, with the motto of Be Your Own Champion.
  • On November 2, the festival will open with the biographic Tom of Finland, followed by a thematic party.
  • The main attractions of the feature film competition include God's Own Country, The Wound (Inxeba), and Thelma.
  • Ticket sale for the individual films is starting today.
  • Mezipatra Queer Film Festival will present this year's trailer in an exclusive premiere on October 17.
  • On October 18, the festival will reveal its program and open the ticket sale for individual screenings.
  • The trailer was directed by Štěpán FOK Vodrážka.
  • The Mezipatra Queer Film Festival will take place in Prague from November 2 to November 9, and in Brno from November 10 to November 17. 
  • The theme of this year's 18th edition is Be Your Own Champion. 
  • The most eagerly awaited pictures include Norwegian Thelma, biographic Tom of Finland, and the German drama Paths (Ein Weg).
  • Once again, Mezipatra will be a part of Prague Pride with its four-day program named Identity in the City.
  • This year's hub for all the events will be the Kampus Hybernska project at Hybernská 4.
  • Visitors can enjoy an outdoor film screening every night as well as a selection of outstanding short films.
  • They can also look forward to interesting discussions with experts, and a pub quiz.
FaLang translation system by Faboba