On april 7th starts the European Film Festival in Prague, which will put the focus on migration, a topic that really stands up in this moment.
As Zdenek Blaha -the organiser- explained to journalists, all the film are not intended to explain migration as a process of wandering, but they will concentrate about what leads to this decision and about the motivations, in order to pursue a better life.
Reaching its 23rd edition, the Festival, in cooperation with the EU Commission in Czech Republic, will last until the 14th of april and it’s going to show the most interesting and promising films of European cinematography.
The schedule will also include screenings of old movies, one name above all Lars von Trier’s Melancholia. A special section is awarding the LUX Film Prize winners of the year, patroned by the EU Parliament.