All exhibitions are free of charge. Stephan Zaubitzer: Cinemas is only accessible with a valid accreditation.

Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau: Private Photographs

Galerie Slováckého muzea
Duration: 10 July – 9 September
Opening: Friday 27 July at 5:00 pm
The exhibition is  part of this year’s Silent Films section dedicated to Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau. It displays Murnau’s private photographs taken while shooting Tabu in Tahiti.

Bergman 100

Slovácké muzeum
Duration: 15 June – 9 September
Opening: Sunday 29 July at 5:00 pm
TERRY’S SOCKS collection will display the posters to the legendary Ingmar Bergman’s films.

Stephan Zaubitzer: Cinemas

Hvězda Cinema
Duration: 27 July – 29 August
Opening: Saturday 28 July at 5:30 pm
Single screening room cinemas are likely to go extinct. German photographer Stephan Zaubitzer decided to preserve them in his pictures.
Official websites: http://www.stephanzaubitzer.com/sets/cinemas/

Po-lin. Jews in the Republic of Many Nations

Town’s Library
Duration: 27 July – 16 September
Opening: Monday 30 July at 4.00 pm
From the 16th to the 18th century, Polish-Lithuanian state was the world’s centre of Jewish culture.

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Uherské Hradiště Prison
Duration: 30 July – 3 August, 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Opening: Monday 30 July at 1:00 pm
An exhibition of the works by three students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.

Prison tours: July 30, August 1, August 3, always at 2:00 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm.

Limited capacity, you need to register in advance at david.barton@lfs.cz.

Exhibiting artists: Dominik Adamec, Marta Zechová, Ondřej Filípek

Tracking Down The Joke

Town’s Centre
Duration: 27 July – 2 August
Opening: 28 July at 3:00 pm in the park’s gazebo
Jan Kuděla’s photographs taken during the making of The Joke (Czechoslovakia, 1968). The film was shot in Uherské Hradiště.

Respekt: Photographs

Respekt Tent in the park
Duration: 27 July – 5 August
Opening: 29 July at 3:30 pm at the Respekt Tent
Respekt magazine introduces the photographs by Milan Jaroš and Matěj Stránský.