Future Shorts Prague: Spring Screening
Future Shorts brings a fabulous selection of short movies collected allaround the world
Prague will be among 30 cities worldwide from London to Tokyo that are screening the World´s biggest short film festival. The event is hosted by a pop-up cinema at Radlická kulturní sportovna.
The spring edition of Future Shorts brings a fabulous selection of short movies collected allaround the world. You can watch films with live actors as well as animated films, with genres including comedy, drama and art. The festival is as always accompanied with a live performance during the break between two screening blocks. And the party even goes on after the films with dj 4est Pine.
The spring programme offers 7 short films from all around the world. The audience can follow the journey of a man and his giant stuffed bear through an amusement park looking for a happiness, experience the psychedelic visions of an old war hero, take a look at two films about loneliness, meet a grandfather confronting his life values, and also visit the forgotten land of Scotland.
The global film festival Future Shorts has already been staged eight times in Prague. Radlická is a one-of-a-kind unconventional space that can seat hundreds of visitors located just 100 meters from the Anděl Metro exit. The screening is usually attended half by Czechs and half by Expats and offers a unique and fun multicultural experience with movies, music & art performances and a party.
When: 29.5. 2015, 19.00
Where: Radlická - kulturní sportovna - (Za Ženskými Domovy 125/5, Praha 5, metro Anděl)
Tickets: 120 CZK 120 CZK presale via GoOut - http://bit.ly/1A9PhII - 150 CZK at the door
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