Talking Cinema

The Talking Cinema programme is a series of exclusive debates with high-profile experts and personalities from all over the world, who will provide deeper insight into a number of One World’s key topics thanks to their life experiences and expertise. This year, Talking Cinema will focus on minority rights and the rights of people with disabilities, journalism in today’s Russia, as well as the rise of nationalism in Central Europe. During the Talking Cinema evenings there will a film screening after which each guest will speak about their experiences with the topics and a discussion with the audience will follow, moderated by a prominent Czech journalist.  

Unless stated otherwise, all talks will be in English, with simultaneous translation into Czech. There will be Czech sign language interpretation during some of the evenings. Audience members will be able to send in questions through the Sli.do application. 

All debates will take place at the Kino 35 cinema.

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Equality before the law for people with disabilities: Reality or illusion?

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO The Fight

The way a society treats those who are different is a restatement to its development and maturity. This concerns not only the place...

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Russia today and independent media

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO Novaya

Former Editor-in-chief of one of the few independent media outlets still left in Russia, the investigative newspaper “Novaya Gazeta”, Dmitry Muratov has...

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Minority rights in a globalized world

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO On Her Shoulders

A leading scholar on minority rights, Joshua Castellino is a professor of Law and Head of the Law Department at Middlesex University in London....

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Climate change: No longer someone else’s problem

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO Anote's Ark

The effects of climate change are felt today in the island nation of Kiribati and all over the world. But what can we, as citizens, do to mitigate...

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Through the looking glass, when the real disappears

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO People's Republic of Desire

The line between real and virtual worlds is becoming increasingly murky for many. In many instances our lives begin to depend on the virtual, making it...

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Orbán’s Hungary: The end of democracy in Central Europe?

ACCOMPANYING EVENT TO Hungary 2018 - Behind the Scenes of Democracy

The current political situation in Hungary is often interpreted as a grave warning for the rest of Central Europe. But do we really know how and why Hungary...