Czech That Film festival returns to Little Rock for fifth year June 7 & 8

On June 7-8, the Czech That Film (CTF) festival hits Little Rock packed with a program to whet any film-goer’s appetite: A guest director Jakub Šmíd in person and five stellar films showcasing the best in Czech cinema.

The Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic has partnered with the Arkansas Cinema Society, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, and CALS Ron Robinson Theater to bring the the Czech That Film festival to Little Rock. The festival begins on June 7 with the family drama Short Cut (Na krátko). A Q&A with director Jakub Šmíd will follow the film screening.

On the following day, June 8, Ron Robinson will screen the drama/comedy Patrimony (Tátova Volha) followed by the sports drama The Golden Betrayal (Zlatý podraz). This will be followed by the Winter Flies (Všechno bude) film which received the Best Director award at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival; and a historical drama Jan Palach (Jan Palach) honored with the best film award for 2018 from the Czech Film Critics’ Awards.

Q&A June 7th with
Director of SHORT CUT, Jakub Šmíd

Friday June 7th After-party
The Pantry Crest

Tickets can be purchased here.

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