April screenings at the Villa Tugendhat will be devoted to the American film The Lost World from 1925. The film which is the first film rendition of the novel by Arthur Conan Doyle, brings us the story of the turbulent Professor George Challenger who shocks his colleagues at the London Academy by a claim that dinosaurs were never extinct and they live near the Amazon River on one of the plateaus. The scientific community considers Challenger’s discovery nonsense, which, however, proves to be a big mistake.
Wednesday's screening will take place in the main living room of the Villa Tugendhat, Thursday’s screening will be accompanied by live music by DJ Tom Holič and Miloš Rejsek on the technical floor of the building. In both cases, the screenings begin at 8 p.m.
RESERVATIONS AND TICKET SALES
Wednesday screening: 200 CZK / capacity 30 persons
Thursday screening: 250 CZK / capacity 50 persons
Ticket reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org or +420 515 511 015/017.
You can download a poster here.