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From Tuesday, March 6 through Thursday, March 15, Prague again plays host to One World (Jeden svět), Europe's largest human rights film festival.
Now in its 14th year, the festival's latest edition focuses particularly on protests and unrest, including the recent "Arab Spring" uprisings, but the diverse selection of documentaries also includes films on subjects as diverse as LSD, eco-terrorism and transgender issues.
In Prague, One World screenings will take place at Kino Lucerna, Kino Světozor, the Institut français de Prague (French Institute), the Městská knihovna v Praze (Municipal Library in Prague), Kino Atlas, Ponrepo and Kino Evald.
For the full program, see the official One World website.
A festival pass, entitling the holder to three free tickets per day on weekdays and four free tickets per day on Saturdays and Sundays, will be available from the Lucerna café from 2pm on Tuesday, March 6. Please note that the festival pass is only valid for screenings at Kino Lucerna, Kino Světozor's large hall, the Městská knihovna (Municipal Library), and Kino Atlas's large hall.
RELATED WEBSITE: http://www.oneworld.cz/
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