PriFest reveals its Middle Length competition program, which includes 3 world premieres

07.07.2017

The biggest International Film Festival in the country, PriFest, which will hold its 9th edition in July, has today (June 24, 2017) published its first of ten film programs.

The Middle Length competition program will have 13 films coming from different parts of the world. 3 of them are world premieres, which will be screened for the Kosovar public before any other in the world. There are also 1 international premier, 1 European premier, and 4 regional premieres, with the others being Kosovo premieres, being screened for the first time in our country.

“The Kite that Flies on its Own” – a German production – as well as two Kosovar films, “Tisa” and “Once Upon a Time in Kosova”, will have their world premieres screened in PriFest’s Middle Length program. Among them within this program are films from Germany, France, Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, Iran, Israel, the Czech Republic and Kosovo.

A film taking part in this competitive program will compete and be evaluated by an international jury, with the winner taking home the Silver Goddess Award. The full line-up of the Middle Length competition program of the 9th edition of PriFest is as follows:

  1. KITE THAT FLIES ON ITS OWN, Germany, World Premiere
  2. ONCE UPON A TIME IN KOSOVA, Kosovo, World Premiere
  3. TISA, Kosovo, World Premiere
  4. THE MIGHTY BIGORNE, France, International Premiere
  5. AVA IS GOING TO BE AN ORPHAN, Iran, European Premiere
  6. CONFECTION, Great Britain, Regional Premiere
  7. THE ISLAND, Czech Republic, Regional Premiere
  8. SPARTA, France, Regional Premiere
  9. DOT, Germany, Regional Premiere
  10. NAKED, Israel, Kosovo Premier
  11. LA FEMME ET LE TGV, Switzerland, Kosovo Premiere
  12. THE SUMMER MOVIE, France, Kosovo Premiere
  13. TERRIER, Germany, Kosovo Premiere

This year, from July 13-20, the PriFest audience will be able to watch films at the National Theatre (two halls), the Open Air Cinema at the Zahir Pajaziti Square, Kino ABC and the other Open Air Cinema at the National Museum Amphitheatre. Tickets will cost 3 Euros, and can be bought at the National Theatre and Kino ABC. Film lovers also have the great opportunity to buy an All in one ticket which will enable them to watch any and all of the festival’s 76 films for only 10 Euros.

To buy this card write to us at info@prifilmfest.org or phone the festival office +381 38 22 11 44.

In the following days PriFest will publish the names of the films which will comprise the other categories of this year’s edition, so save the dates and prepare yourself for a week full of films, debates and other activities which will make Prishtina the place to be this summer.