On the occasion of the Krzysztof Kieślowski-Year the Polish Institute Vienna and the Film Museum in Łódź open thee doors to their exhibition „Krzysztof Kieślowski – Traces and Memory“.
The film series curated by the LET’S CEE Film Festival within the scope of the 6th Vienna Integration Week will be presented at Village Cinema from 20 to 22 May 2016.
Eleven films - eleven personal and highly artistic reflections on the world we live in, confronting us with serious issues, calling for our alertness, making us ponder ourselves.
Two concerts: “The Best Of” Time to improvise and „The Best Of“ Fanfara Transilvania are this yerar's music highlights of the LET'S CEE Film Festivals 2015.
After Turhan Bey, Branko Lustig and Istvan Szabó the Serbian director Želimir Žilnik will be awarded the Star of the Urania Lifetime Achievement Award for his extraordinary work.
LET'S CEE is going to be the first film festival to be a part of ORF – the Long Night of Museums. Additionally, there will be a discussion at the University of Vienna,
Different worldviews, with the same concerns about the human condition. Films from Central and Eastern Europe rarely disappoint. Go see them, definitely.
On October 10th from 6pm everyone will have the opportunity to learn about the success story of the European Film Festival at the Strandbar Herrmann.
2015, and the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, will be marked with the screening of an anti-war film: Europa, Europa will be presented again, 25 years after its world premiere.
In Austria, none of Yury Bykov’s movies have been shown until now. LET'S CEE Film Festival brings the filmmaker to Vienna and devotes a retrospective to his work.