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Program

10 Nov 2017 20:30

The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street + Q&A with dramaturg Jakub Felcman

Karel Roden as Němec’s alter ego opens the film with remarks on a life spent in pursuit of fame, glory and women, indicating the exhilarating ride the eternal rebel and lonely wolf will provide in a dramatisation of key moments from his life. These include the fateful 1968 Cannes Festival, Prague with Soviet tanks, his move to the USA, meeting Ivanka Trump and securing a visa to return home to attend ‘the funeral of communism’. Incredibly rich and funny this is a settling of scores and a testament to Němec’s joie de vivre.

Jan Němec / CZ/SK/F / 2016 / 68 min.
English subtitles
Cast / Jiří Mádl, Karel Roden, Martin, Pechlát, Tomáš Klein, Gabriela Míčová

Followed by Q&A with producer and dramaturg Jakub Felcman

Jakub Felcman
Jakub Felcman is a Czech filmmaker, dramaturg, curator and director. Felcman graduated in Screenwriting from FAMU (Film and TV Academy of Performing Arts in Prague) and Film Studies from Charles University, Prague. His first feature film as a screenwriter was A Night Too Young, he was then screenwriter for the TV film Pod dlažbou je pláž (Under the Tiles is a Beach). Felcman received the FAMU Award for Best Screenplay (2007, Co nejkrásnějšího v kavárně). Besides writing, Jakub is also working on a project called A Bibliography of Samizdat and Exiled Film Articles 1969-1989. Jakub has been involved in film curation and dramaturgy for a long time (for example, the film Nikdy nejsme sami (We are never alone) and the TV programme AVU AVU). He also helps organise film festivals in the Czech Republic and publishes film studies and interviews. Based on Vratislav Effenberger’s pseudo-scripts, Felcman made the film Kino Effenberger and produced Jan Němec’s Vlk z Královských Vinohrad (The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street) and Miloš Tomić’s Deník hudebních traumat (Diary of Musical Traumas).

Followed by a party with Czech beer.

Tickets: 
£12 / £11 (concs.) for single screening bookings
£10 / £9 (concs.) for 2+ screenings
Online booking


Part of Jan Němec Retrospective
10 - 12 November 2017

Part of the
21st Made in Prague Festival
8 November - 6 December 2017
#MadeInPrague

 







 

 

 

Venue:

Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW

Date

10 Nov 2017 20:30

Organizer:

Czech Center


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