"CZECH THAT FILM" back in Dallas, May 2015

Czech That Film movie festival is returning with a big bang! Mark your calendars and get your tickets.

After our first movie screening in 2014, we are happy to announce a series of 3 movie nights in the middle of May at the Angelica Film Center in Dallas.  Mark your calendars from May 18th to May 20th 2015. Invite your friends to come enjoy the best of this year's Czech cinematography.

MONDAY, MAY 18TH, Klauni / Clownwise

Actress Eva Jenickova will be attending as will the Honorary Czech Consul Brian Vanicek.  

About the movie:

Oskar Franz, a famous comic entertainer, returns to his native country after 30 years of living in France. His past is inseparably intertwined with two notable artistic personalities: Max Hubschmann and Viktor Tauber. Throughout the film, Oskar, Max and Viktor go through a lot of surprising discoveries about each other’s lives. Their journey is peppered with the wisdom of a certain age when you know that having the last laugh is the next best thing.

TUESDAY, MAY 19TH, The Icing  

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About the movie:

This explosive comedy, based on the successful play, takes place one evening in a remote village pub during an Ice Hockey World Championship match. Many things can happen when a kidnapped bride gets drunk with the best friend of the groom and a barmaid and the only one who is able to stop and save everything, is not coming.  A laugh-out-loud film proving that what is meant to be your perfect day can sometimes turn into a not-so-perfect tragedy

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20TH, Fair play 

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About the movie:

In the 1980s in former Czechoslovakia, young talented sprinter Anna is selected for the national team and starts training to qualify for the Olympic Games. As part of the preparation, she is placed in a secret "medical program” where she is given anabolic steroids to better her performance. Her mother sees the drugs as Anna’s ticket out of the Iron Curtain, while Anna knows the drug is harming her body. In a story that follows the impacts of a decision, a young woman is tested by fate.






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