FW: Slovak Embassy Presents Films by Katarina and Peter Kerekes
- It is our pleasure to invite you to a screening of two captivating films by
young Slovak filmmakers
"Origin of the World" by Katarina Kerekesova
"66 Seasons" by Peter Kerekes
on Thursday, May 6, 2004 at 8:00 pm
at the Embassy of Slovakia
3523 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008
RSVP: by May 4, 2004 at Tel.: (202) 237 1054, ext. 212, 213.
DO NOT RSVP TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS.
"66 Seasons" is a documentary film by Peter Kerekes about the Old Swimming
Pool in Kosice. The 86-minute film encapsulates 66 seasons at the swimming
pool, where history used to bathe. The film is being shown at many
international festivals and it has won several prizes: Prize for the best
film at DocAviv 2004, Tel Aviv, Israel; Prize KRISTIAN for the best
documentary film FEBIOFEST 2004; Prize for the BEST CENTRAL EUROPEAN
DOCUMENTARY at the 7th International Documentary Film Festival Jihlava 03.
You can find out more about the film at its web page: www.66seasons.com
"Origin of the World" by Katarina Kerekesova is film of combined animation.
It is a story of world's creation from the motifs of a Brazilian myth.
To find out more about this film, please, go to www.originoftheworld.com
Press Office, Embassy of Slovakia