Czech and Slovak Film Festival WA


Spider, The Climber of the Century

18 November

6:30 pm

A critically acclaimed documentary film about the controversial personality of Slovak mountaineer Pavel Pochylý, nicknamed “Spider”. He followed the credo that “The impossible is just one of the options”.



19 November

6:30 pm

The breathtaking story of a man gifted with exceptional abilities set against the background of the events of the totalitarian fifties in Czechoslovakia.



20 November

6:00 pm

Freedom is not for everyone. On the background of the collapse of communism there is a thrilling story of three families who fight for their freedom and future.

The Night of The Festival – a 2020 Alternative Opening Night – drinks and finger food and music performance – Abit Bitter – after the screening.

Princess Lost in Time

21 November

3:00 pm

A young and spoiled princess Ellena must save the whole kingdom from an evil curse. The Princess, who has time on her side, has to find her pure heart so she could conquer the evil fairy.

The Droneman

21 November

7:00 pm

The Droneman is a contemporary Czech film about a drone business run by two friends whose personal values cannot be more divergent. One dreams about Big money and secure life, the other has a strong sense of justice and wishes to fix all the wrongs in the world.



22 November

5:45 pm

Havel is a Czech historical film based on the life of a dissident and a former Czech President Václav Havel. The film focuses on Havel’s life from 1968 to 1989 when he faced various life-changing moments.