TADY VARY


Ve chvíli, kdy bylo definitivně rozhodnuto, že 55. ročník MFF Karlovy Vary proběhne s ohledem na opatření vlády souvisejícími s šířením koronaviru až v roce 2021, mělo programové oddělení MFF KV již vybranou řadu zajímavých titulů do festivalového programu. Vznikla tedy myšlenka rozšířit tradiční pofestivalovou přehlídku Vary ve vašem kině a nabídnout ji jako ucelený programový blok kinům po celé České republice v termínu, kdy měl původně probíhat letošní ročník karlovarského festivalu, tedy 3. - 11. 7. 2020. Věříme, že v době, kdy řada producentů a distributorů byla nucena posunout premiéry nových domácích i zahraničních filmů, nabídnou TADY VARY ve vašem kině publiku zajímavou programovou alternativu, což potvrzuje i zájem provozovatelů kin.

 

Přehlídka TADY VARY ve vašem kině nabídne 16 filmových titulů, uváděných jednotně ve dvou představeních denně ve všech zúčastněných kinech, s výjimkou zahajovacího a zakončovacího dne, kdy proběhnou pouze večerní projekce. Představení budou koncipována ve festivalovém duchu, budou doplněna odbornými úvody přenášenými on-line do sálu, do vybraných míst se chystají rovněž osobní delegace.

 
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Babyteeth

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Life is beautiful despite the fact that it’s difficult to plan out. When 16-year-old Milla falls in love with screw-up Moses, it’s her parents’ worst nightmare. Yet her first brush with love gives the ailing teenager a new zest for life, and her energy and desire to discover the world around her soon turn the whole family upside down. Conveyed with fresh humour and a light touch, this Australian drama proved a huge hit with audiences at the Venice IFF. Show more

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Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness

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A reality show as a genuine life-changer. Young Maryam is sentenced to death for murdering her husband. Her last hope for salvation is the chance of a pardon granted on live TV. Could it happen after the commercial break? Winner of Sundance’s Grand Jury Prize in the World Cinema Dramatic category, Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness was based on real events. Show more

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Luxor

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Hana, a British doctor, arrives in the Egyptian city of Luxor in order to take a break from the psychological challenges of her war-zone duties. Here she encounters archaeologist Sultan, whom she knew years before. The ancient city, a place where the past seems as vivid as the present, provides the backdrop for releasing long-suppressed emotions and confronting decisions made long ago. This intimate, atmospheric film, featuring the charismatic Andrea Riseborough in the role of Hana, competed at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Show more

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Mogul Mowgli

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A rapper named Zed decides to spend a few days with his family before setting off on his first world tour. Returning to his traditional Pakistani home, the young musician is unprepared for the intensity of his experience, especially after he starts having curious health issues. Riz Ahmed (Four Lions, The Night Of) takes the lead in this beat-packed drama about the quest for one’s roots. Show more

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Wildland

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After the death of her mother, Ida is entrusted to the care of her aunt, who lives with three adult sons. Ida’s new home is filled with love and a sense of infinite solidarity and loyalty; outside the house, however, the family leads a shady existence. Screened at Berlin, this mature debut presents a sombre study of toxic relationships that eloquently illustrates a fundamental truth: we simply can’t choose our relatives. Show more

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Kubrick by Kubrick

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A huge amount has been written about Stanley Kubrick’s filmography and numerous documentaries have covered his works, yet this titan of world cinema gave few interviews during his career. Nevertheless, Kubrick afforded unique access on various occasions to distinguished French critic Michel Ciment, resulting in hours of audio recordings of interviews which form the basis of Monro’s original portrait of the creator of such films as 2001: A Space Odyssey, Barry Lyndon and A Clockwork Orange. Show more

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Ema

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Which is stronger – love for your child or for your partner? What if you find yourself questioning the very nature of love? Ema takes the reins of life resolutely into her own hands, determined to fight for what her heart desires. Featuring engaging dance sequences, this dangerously sensuous and defiantly emancipated film is the eighth offering from Chilean director Pablo Larraín, a film which rocks to the provocative rhythm of reggaeton. Show more

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Proxima

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Astronaut Sarah (Eva Green) is preparing for a year in orbit. As the only woman on the Proxima space mission she has to undergo strenuous physical and mental training while also caring for her adored seven-year-old daughter Stella. Despite its unconventional setting, this stirring tale of mother and daughter entertains a universal theme: the quest to find a balance between personal dreams and parental love. Show more

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Bad Tales

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The suburbs of Rome are not what they seem. Neat little fences separate carefully manicured lawns, while filtering through the summer idyll are human frustrations of the blackest dye. Impossible to ignore and self-assured in its direction, the picture uses hyperbole to portray neurotic fathers, indifferent mothers, and childhoods that are far from innocent. This scathing vision of depraved humanity won Berlin’s Silver Bear for Best Screenplay. Show more

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Moffie

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South Africa, 1981. All young men over the age of sixteen face two years of compulsory military service, and Nicholas is no exception. In his case, however, the immediate threat isn’t so much his involvement in armed conflict as it is his affection for one of the recruits. A drama produced by Eric Abraham, who won Academy Awards for Kolya and Ida. Show more

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Meky

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His name may be Miro Žbirka, but to everyone he’s just Meky. He’s a household name and his hits are well-known, but few actually know the man himself or the kind of life he leads. Yet his story is like a wonderful song – it’s got a great plot, tempo, emotion, and it’s full of surprises. The energetic celluloid portrait Meky presents the popular singer close up in unexpected contexts, with openness, sincerity and humour. Žbirka’s confession is complemented with shots from his recent London concert and with extensive archive material. A film created by Šimon Šafránek, who garnered a Czech Lion for his previous documentary King Skate. Show more

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All Hands on Deck

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It was meant to be a one-off rideshare from Paris but things get complicated from the outset when, instead of the two girls he’s expecting, Edouard ends up with quite different passengers: stocky, affable Chérif and garrulous show-off Félix… A subtle comedy about the strength of unexpected friendship, diffident romances, and painful wounds that either heal quickly in the summer’s shimmering heat or never go away. Show more

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Zumiriki

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Somewhere in the Basque Country there was once an island in the middle of a river – a place of childhood memories treasured by director Oskar Alegria. A mythical space connected to his family, especially his father, who captured it in a home movie. A highly original filmmaker with an enchanting animality and offbeat humour, Alegria returned to the river bank several decades later for self-imposed isolation in a wooden cabin. Here he spent four months filming the fascinating documentary journal of a hermit who longs to stop time and animate his nostalgia for bygone years. Show more

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The Mole Agent

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When Rómulo, a private investigator, places an ad in the paper seeking to hire a pensioner, 83-year-old widower Sergio jumps at the chance. His task is to move into a nursing home in order to keep tabs on the elderly mother of Rómulo’s client, who suspects the institution’s staff of mistreatment. This Chilean documentary is part spy comedy, part deeply personal observation of old age – a time of great compassion but also of loneliness. Show more

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Identifying Features

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The magical yet unpredictable landscape of northern Mexico has buried many dreams of a better life. Magdalena, too, fears the worst when her son suddenly disappears trying to get to the United States. She thus sets off on a pilgrimage, travelling hundreds of kilometres to the border, despite all the dangers that lie ahead. Except that it’s well-nigh impossible to leave a territory governed by autocratic cartels… This enigmatic thriller about a country in the throes of violence won the Audience Award at the prestigious Sundance festival. Show more

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Honey Boy

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Twelve-year-old Otis is a child actor assisted by his father James, once a professional clown and an alcoholic on the wrong side of the law. This rousing, painfully candid and bitterly humorous depiction of a complex father-son relationship forms the core of this lauded independent hit of last autumn. The decidedly autobiographical screenplay was written by controversial actor Shia LaBeouf, who also lent his undeniable acting talent to the character of James, a reflection of his own real-life father. Show more

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