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Filmový den zemí V4 v Kišiněvě

Velvyslanectví České republiky v Moldavské republice oznamuje, že dne 16. května 2016 v 15:00 hodin proběhne v Evropské vesničce v parku Štefana Velikého (naproti hotelu Codru) filmový den  zemí V4. Akci zahájí velvyslanec ČR v Moldavské republice J.E. pan Zdeněk Krejčí, přítomni budou velvyslanci zemí Visegrádu, velvyslanec Polska J.E. pan Artur Michalski, velvyslanec Maďarska J.E. pan Mátyás Szilágyi a velvyslanec Slovenska J.E. pan Robert Kirnág.

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       The Film Day of Visegrad countries on 16th May from 3.00pm       

In 1991, a year after the fall of communism in Europe, leaders of Hungary, Poland and  at that time Czechoslovakia met in the Hungarian town of Visegrad to arrange coordination and mutual support of entry process of our countries into the NATO and the EU. Cooperation in this format, known as the Visegrad Group, or shortly V4, has proved beneficial and continues even after achieving these targets in 1999 and 2004. This year marks 25 years of its existence.

Within the  EU, but at other fora as well,  the Visegrad platform facilitates coordination and promotion of  our common goals, in a more effective way than doing it individually. Over time we have found useful activities also in non-political areas, for example by giving grants by International Visegrad Fund, which supports beneficial projects in the Eastern European countries. An important prerequisite for the successful functioning of the Visegrad group is our regional identity, created by our long common history.

On the 16th May from 03.00pm all Visegrad countries will present their films within the scope of European Union week in Chisinau. Spectators will have a possibility to familiarize themselves with  versatility and diversity of our cultures.

Czech Republic

will present a quirky sci-fi comedy “ Waking Up Yesterday”  depicting story of a man, who travelled back in time from 2010 to 1989, the year when he finished his high school studies and collapsed the communist rule in the Czechoslovakia. In addition to a love story the film presents a witty comparison of life in communist and post-communist era.


will present two films. First one, the “Eastern Wind” is a musical journey in space, time and spirit with a certain symbolic meaning. For the young guy this trip is a return back to roots, while the older one receives an opportunity to stage a concert with old friends.

The second film „Made in Hungaria” is a musical comedy. It follows the life of a group of teens from Hungary in the late 1960s, while the country was under Communist rule.

will present drama entitled “Gods”. The ‘Gods’ of the title are three Polish heart surgeons who, under the leadership of maverick Dr. Zbigniew Religa, performed the first human heart transplants in Poland in the mid-80s. The movie received the Golden Lions award for best film at the 39th Gdynia Film Festival (2014) and the Eagle at the Polish Film Awards (2015).

Signum Laudis

The film is a brilliant criticism of cruelty and senselessness of war. The story of this psychological drama takes place on the Russian front during the last days of the World War I. Main character of corporal Hoferik is a brave but fanatic warrior who does not hesitate to sacriface his soldiers in order to achieve meaningless victory. Signum Laudis, with excelent Vlado Muller in the main role, was awarded at the Karlovy Vary International Movie Festival in 1980.

Pacho, the Bandit of Hybe

Martin Tapák’s Pacho the Brigand of Hybe is a humorous resemblance of the Slovak legendary hero Juro Jánošík spiced up with numerous cliches of official Slovak folklore. The resulting picture is one of the very few, if not the only truly well-done Slovak film parody. Jozef Kroner’s unforgettable performance in the lead role, supported by the witty dialogues written by classic Slovak comedians Milan Lasica and Július Satinský made the film into a unique phenomenon of Slovak cinema.