This year’s Mezipatra starts in Prague on 5th November, and it moves to Brno on 14th November and finishes there on 21st November with a closing ceremony. Are you curious about what we prepared for you? Continue reading!
Are you also curious about the 21st Mezipatra QFF? Join us on our Facebook stream to see a small tasting of the program and the premiere of the festival trailer by Jay Walker. The online streaming will take place on Thursday, October 15 at 7:00 p.m. Up-to-date info including the stream itself can be found on the Facebook event or YouTube channel.
Mezipatra participates in the first year of the Praha Září cultural festival. We therefore invite you to an interesting program, which will take place on September 25, 2020 in the area of Výstaviště Holešovice (in the tent). You can look forward to the exclusive premiere of the coming-of-age film Cocoon. In addition, there will be speed dating for women before the screening and we will end the day with an after party with our favorite DJs. Admission is CZK 200 in presale / CZK 280 on the spot, or it is included in the accreditation for the entire festival. You can find up-to-date info on our Facebook event.
For the third time already, we have teamed up with the amazing director Jay Walker, who is currently filming the new trailer for this year's festival. Follow our social media, where we will inform you about its premiere, which will take place in October. We can't wait to see what this talented director will come up with this time. One thing is clear. Once again, she has put the incredible creativity, energy and commitment into the concept, which makes us so happy to work with her. For now, we bring you a few photos from the shooting.
Is there love at first sight? We believe so and therefore invite you to speed dating for all women who like women, which will take place on Monday, September 5, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. in the Patra café (Krymská 17, Prague 10). During the evening full of fun, you will get to know other participants of the event and have the opportunity to mark those you want to make friends with or go on a date. If the interest is mutual, we will connect you. Admission on the spot: 100 CZK. The event has a limited number of places and it is necessary to register in advance: bit.ly/Mezipatra_SpeedDating_. More info can be found on our Facebook event.
On August 13, we organize the distribution premiere of the film Lola, which will be presented by the director Laurent Micheli himself in the Lucerna cinema. And he won't be alone. The protagonist of the film, Mya Bollaers, will also honor the audience with her visit. In the story, she convincingly portrayed the emotional transformation of the main character Lola and was nominated for a number of film awards for her performance. The role of an unrestrained teenage girl earned her a significant Magritte Award for Best Actress. Follow the up-to-date information about the event on Facebook. (Photo: Julie Reggiani)
Director Laurent Micheli will present his drama Lola at the premiere of the fourth film of the Queer Kino distribution. Screening of this emotional road movie is planned for Thursday, August 13 from 6:00 p.m. in the Lucerna cinema in Prague, and will be followed by an after-party at the Patra café. Tickets are still available, so don't hesitate to buy them!
We invite you to the open premiere of the film Lola, the fourth film in our Queer Kino distribution. The screening will take place on Thursday, August 13 from 6:00 p.m. in the Lucerna cinema in Prague, where it will by introduced by the director himself Laurent Micheli and the protagonist Mya Bollaers. With a ticket for the film, you are also invited to the after-party at the Patra café on Krymská 17. You can buy tickets at the cinema's box office or online. You can find up-to-date information on our Facebook event.
During the Prague Pride 2020, we are again organizing an accompanying program called Identity in the City. From August 3 to 7, you'll be able to attend evening screenings and take part in very current debates on queer topics in Kasárna Karlín venue (Prvního pluku 20, Prague 8). Discussions (with refreshments) start at 7:00 p.m. and are free of charge (Czech only). They are followed by screenings from 9:00 p.m., which are all English-friendly and for voluntary admission.
The Swedish-Georgian drama from the world of folk dances And Then We Danced hits Czech cinemas. This expressive film, which became the most favorite film of the audience at the 20th anniversary of the Mezipatra festival, is presented as the third film under our new distribution brand Queer Kino. Since May 11, 2020, you can visit cinemas all over the Czech Republic to see Levan Akin's controversial film. Follow our social media, websites of your favorite cinemas or the CSFD website, where the screening times of the film will be gradually published.