|Located in the heart of Cork's historic centre, and within walking distance of the city's artistic, commercial and diverse tourist attractions, the Cork Vision Centre @ St. Peter's offers visitors an opportunity to appreciate a fine example of conservation in action, and to explore Cork's evolution from past, through present, and onwards to future development.|
|PRESS RELEASE: Czech Film Week at the Cork Vision Centre @ St. Peter's - Týden s českými filmy v Cork Vision Centre @ St. Peter's|
|Cork: 27th April 2012: To coincide with the exhibition ‘Argonautic’ by the Czech Artist Michal Singer, the Cork Vision Centre @ St. Peter’s will host a Czech film week starting on Saturday 4th May and running to Friday 10th May 2013. All films will have English subtitles.|
Catering to all tastes, seven Czech films will screened at various times throughout the week in the Centre’s Upper gallery space.
Included among these are Pouta (Walking Too Fast) a thriller by Director: Radim Špaček; Tmavomodrý svět (Dark Blue World) a Historical / Romance se against the backdrop of the World War 11 German invasion of Czechoslovakia by Director: Jan Svěrák, and Oscar-winning Miloš Forman’s Director’s cut of his Documentary Co tě nezabije… (What Doesn't kill you).
The exhibition ‘Argonautic’ will run until 22nd May 2013. The Cork Vision Centre @ St. Peter’s is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am – 5pm.
Admission is free.