The first annual Visegrad Festival in Cork kicks off at the Camden Palace Hotel, opens on Wednesday the 24th June with 18 features and 24 shorts screenings from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary every day until Sunday 28th of June.
The festival will officially open on Wednesday the 24th with Jánošík (Yaanosheek) from 1921 which will be accompanied by live music from Non Toxic Orchestra. The festival will continue with screenings all day Thursday and a Gala reception on Friday night to welcome the writers, curators and directors of some of the films being shown. The Gala reception will kick off with Pictures of the old World (org. Obrazy stareho sveta), a film which portraits the live of elderly Slovakian people, who are able to enjoy their individual freedom even in the times of civil chaos and insecurity.
The Visegrad Film Festival will run from the 24th of June to the 28th of June.
Tickets will be sold at the gate for €5 per screening.
Full Festival Pass costs €40.
Full Festival Pass for students costs €20.
Day Pass costs €10.