Cinergy with Eskil Vogt
We would like to invite you to Master Class of Norwegian director and screenwriter Eskil Vogt, which will be held on May 28, 6 pm in the Small Hall of Svetozor Cinema.
Award-winning and acclaimed Norwegian director and writer Eskil Vogt will visit Prague to introduced his film Blind and share his experiences with the audience in a public Master Class. Master Class will be held in the Small Hall of cinema Světozor on May 28 from 18:00 o´clock. Vogt´s film Blind, awarded with a prize for the best feature film script at Sundance, will be screened at FAMU screening room on May 28 from 14:00 o´clock (CZ sub). Both events are open to the public and are free.
The Master Class will be followed by the screening of the film Reprise (8 pm), which was awarded at MFF Karlovy Vary in 2006. Film is directed by Joachim Trier, with script written by Vogt and Trier.
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