How to make a Czech film festival

The Czech film school festival, which is being held in Prague this year, is in full swing, and festival director Andrej Pankljaj has a lot of advice for aspiring filmmakers looking to launch their own film festival.

The festival will be held on October 10, and will be run by the Czech Film Society.

Here are some of the things you’ll need to know:  1.

What is a film festival?

A film festival is a festival for short films and feature films.

It is a small group of filmmakers who are all in love with the same thing: to film.

The main event will be a screening of a film, which takes place in a small theatre and awards points for the film’s popularity.

This year, there are more than 70 films to choose from, including films from around the world.

The first screening will be on October 11, and it will be followed by screenings on October 12, 13, 14, and 15. 


What are the films that will be screened?

The first film to be screened will be Czech-language feature film film Lebenslauter (The Child), which premiered in 2009.

It was a critical and commercial success, and has since become a cult classic.

LebENSlauters is an adaptation of a novel by Czech novelist and filmmaker, Tomasz Jedlik.

The film tells the story of a teenage girl who becomes a child killer in her native Czech Republic.

The young girl’s mother is the sole breadwinner for the family, and she makes a living by murdering children. 


Where can I watch the film? 

The festival will open its doors to anyone, whether they are a filmmaker or not, with tickets available online and at the cinema. 

The first screenings will be in the main cinema in Prague. 

On the other hand, the cinema on November 9, 10, 11, 14 and 15 will be showing the Czech film student’s favorite films from the festival, and a few other films from Czech film festivals around the country. 


What kind of films will be available for free? 

Tickets to the festival are priced at Pč 25,000 ($6.00), and you can reserve your spot online. 

A limited number of tickets are available online, which can be purchased for Pč 50,000 (approximately $10.00). 

You can find more information about the festival on the website. 


Can I bring my own camera?

Yes, but only for the screening.

The screenings are open to everyone. 

You are also encouraged to bring a digital camera for filming, as there is no digital editing necessary in the screenings. 


Can you recommend a movie that I should see?

No, as the festival is only for short movies. 

If you are interested in supporting the Czech-speaking community in your home country, the Czech Films Society is offering a prize to filmmakers that will give a gift of a digital copy of their film to their parents or friends. 


How much will it cost? 

Pč 50,-.

The cost of admission is Pč 20,-.

Tickets can be bought online, and you will be charged at the gate. 


Do I have to be a citizen of the Czech Republic to attend? 

No, you can be anywhere in the world and still attend the festival. 


What will be the location of the film festival next year? 

Next year’s festival will feature films from all over the world, and the festival will take place in the city of Přihná Hrvák. 


Will there be an international screening? 

Yes, there will be an exhibition on October 25, 2018, at the Czech Academy of Sciences, which will also be open to the public. 


Will I be able to get a ticket to the cinema? 

You will be able choose your seat online, but it will cost Pč 100,-. 


Is there a limit to how many tickets are allowed? 

It will be up to the discretion of the festival director. 


Can the festival be cancelled? 

We will not be able at this time to cancel the festival due to safety or security reasons. 


Do the screenings have a specific format? 

Only films from a specific Czech film society will be shown, but films from other countries will be included in the programme. 


How many films are there? 

There are 70 films from over 150 Czech film societies to choose. 


What’s the film about? 

LebENSlimer is an original film by Czech writer and director Tomasz Sedlák, and was released in 2009 by the C.C.Z.C., which was created by Aleš Kuc, a member of the Academy of Cinema, Film and Television in Czech Republic (ACD), who is a