Four films from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary will be screened during the two-weeks Cairo Visegrad Four (V4) Group Film Festival for Children and Youth, which will be launched at Al-Hanager Cinema in Cairo Opera House on Monday.
"Each V4 member will feature cinematic gems including ‘Double Trouble’ (Poland), Vuk - The Little Fox (Hungary), The Oddsockeaters (Czech Republic), The Cellar (Slovakia)," stated the embassy of Poland who is assumed the Group’s annual, rotational presidency, of this year, aiming to actively promote Central Europe and the V4 as a strong regional and global partner.
All screenings are free entry beginning at 7pm amid strict precautionary measures of Egyptian culture ministry to avoid the spreading of COVID-19.
Monday 2 November:
‘Double Trouble’ (Poland, 2017) by Marta Karwowska
Wednesday 4 November
‘Vuk - The Little Fox’ (Hungary, 1981) by Attila Dargay
Monday 9 November
‘The Oddsockeaters’ (Czech Republic, 2016) by Galina Miklínová
Wednesday 11 November
‘The Cellar’ (Slovakia, 2018) by Igor Voloshin (The movie is suitable only for 15 years and over)
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