FUTURE GATE: KINOMIXER
HORROR, FANTASY and SCI-FI film showcase
🔪 Prague | Bio Oko 17-19 February 2023
💀 Brno | Kino Art 20-22 February 2023
Future Gate opens its doors to other film genres. The all-new Kinomixer film showcase consists of horror, fantasy and, of course, science fiction. Get ready for a proper cinematic ride that may even make your head explode with delight.
The best of genre films made in recent years await you. You can look forward to a bloody Swiss fairy tale about a maiden who can take on more than a cow's udder; an apocalyptic battle between unicorns and teddy bears; or a nightmare filled with terrifying spectres about motherhood; and much more.
🛸 Future Gate Sci-fi Film Festival 2023 will take place in September and October.
💄 17.2. 18:30 Mad Heidi
🛸 17.2. 21:00 iShorts: Short Genre Films
🔪 18.2. 18:30 The Group
💀 18.2. 20:45 Huesera: The Bone Woman
🦄 19.2. 18:00 Unicorn Wars
💄 20.2. 20:30 Mad Heidi
🛸 21.2. 18:00 iShorts: Short Genre Films
🦄 21.2. 20:00 Unicorn Wars
🔪 22.2. 18:00 The Group
💀 22.2. 20:00 Huesera: The Bone Woman
This Swiss maid can take on more than a cow's udder. In this multi-genre madcap romp, Mad Heidi sets out on a quest for revenge and the overthrow of a cruel cheese dictator.
Prague 17.2. 18:30 Bio Oko
Brno 20.2. 20:30 Kino Art
Something between Bambi, the Apocalypse, the Bible and Adventure Time. A psychedelic adult cartoon in which two bear brothers save the world, unafraid of brutality or darkness.
Prague 19.2. 18:00 Bio Oko
Brno 21.2. 20:00 Kino Art
When motherhood becomes a nightmare full of terrifying spectres. This Mexican psychological drama breaks down stereotypes and discusses topical issues such as postpartum depression and women's identity after childbirth.
Huesera: The Bone Woman
Prague 18.2. 20:45 Bio Oko
Brno 22.2. 20:00 Kino Art
When a stranger with a gun joins a support group for drug addicts, a relatively ordinary evening turns into a living hell. Old secrets float to the surface and no one can be sure they'll make it out alive.
Prague 18.2. 18:30 Bio Oko
Brno 22.2. 18:00 Kino Art
iShorts is preparing a block of short world genre films for Kinomixer. The barriers are set, so horror, science fiction and fantasy await you. We have something to look forward to!
iShorts: Short Genre Films
Prague 17.2. 21:00 Bio Oko
Brno 21.2. 18:00 Kino Art
Prague Bio Oko 17.2. 18:30 | on-line Q&A
Together with Johannes Hartmann, they made their first feature film Mad Heidi. The film was very positively received by fans of genre films. This is evidenced by a number of awards from foreign film festivals, mainly awarded by the audience themselves. Sandro was born in 1981 in Bern, Switzerland. Since 2007 director of various music videos and commercials as well as collaboration on various short films, feature films and commercial productions in various positions. 2010 Cofounder of Decoy Films. Before the Prague screening of the film Mad Heidi, there will be a short online interview with Sandro.
Prague Bio Oko 18.2. 18:30 | on-line Q&A
After the Prague screening of the film THE GROUP, there will be an online interview with the film's director, William Higo. This is the first feature film by this English filmmaker, whose work the audience could appreciate in the story film World of Death (2016). The world premiere of the film THE GROUP took place at the prestigious FrightFest festival. The screenings in Prague and Brno are among the first in the world. The interview with the director will take place only in English.
Prague Bio Oko 18.2. 20:45 | talk
After the screening of the film HUESERA: THE BONE WOMAN in Prague, the audience will be treated to a brief night presentation of the ethnologist and folklorist, the author of the series of collections of urban legends Černá sanitka, doc. PhDr. Petra Janeček, Ph.D. (Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University). It will present the most interesting folklore narratives on the topic of family relationships. Modern urban legends, demonological rumors, ghost stories, and other collective narratives from around the world with an emphasis on the Czech and Slovak environment of the last decades show the ambivalence of blood and social kinship and its frequent tragic implications. The title of the lecture is (After)Blood Bond: Mothers, Children, and Ghosts in Modern Mythology.
The sci-fi film festival is organized by NGO Future Gate. It aims to monitor news from the world of science fiction and share them with sci-fi fans and public on regular basis.
Our goal is to set-up theme events based on science fiction films and future technologies. It could be special projections, lectures, talks and workshops.
Tomáš Müller, Vladana Brouková, Zita Adamová, Marko Veselinović, Jakub Klíma, Tomáš Krejčí, Jonáš Ledecký, Michal Suchánek, Zdena Koryntová, Martin Vinš, Ondřej Filgas, Martin Vodička, Viktor Tesařík, Tereza Bartůňková, Bedřich Němec, Zuzana Václavová, Jiří Dušek, Milan Šimánek, Barbora Suchyňová, Jana Glocarová, Kristína Malíková, Kamil Navrátil, Berberich Lukáš, Slavomíra Macáková, Martin Štefan.
Press releases (only in Czech language)
With financial support
Main Media Partners
THE FESTIVAL IS SUPPORTED BY THE MAYOR HL. M. PRAGUE ZDENĚK HŘIB AND MAYOR OF THE STATUTORY CITY OF BRNO MARKÉTA VAŇKOVÁ
Future Gate z.s.
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