Vera Lacková (PHOTO: Czech Television)
"How I Became a Partisan": Vera Lacková's documentary about Romani partisans screened at Czech film festival29.10.2021 6:53 full story
Czech documentary film LETY will screen online for free on 13 May, followed by live chat with producers11.5.2021 9:07 full story
26.4.2021 6:16 full story
20.11.2020 14:41 full story
Descendants of Romani victims of the Holocaust and Czech experts discuss commemoration after screening of documentary "LETY"2.2.2020 10:52 full story
Documentary film LETY to screen in Czech capital on the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day21.1.2020 18:37 full story
Documentary film LETY captures the despair and the hopes of those who fought to remove the industrial pig farm from the site of the former concentration camp for Roma16.10.2019 5:59 full story
22.1.2019 17:24 full story
6.12.2018 7:46 full story
30.11.2018 14:18 full story
28.4.2018 7:58 Members of the human rights community shined a spotlight on the situations faced by Romani children and their parents in Central Europe at a screening of the documentary “Europe: Which Children Matter?” The film was shown at Cinema Galeries in Brussels to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. full story
26.2.2018 13:01 The Bosnian Romani actor Nazif Mujić became the surprise star of the Berlinale Film Festival five years ago thanks to his role in a docudrama by Danis Tanovič, for which he won the festival's "Silver Bear" award for best actor. Back in Bosnia, however, he returned to a life of abject poverty in which he earned the bare minimum as a scrap metal collector, just like the character he portrayed in the film. full story
11.12.2017 6:41 From 7-9 December 2017 a student conference entitled "European Roma Identity in the 20th Century" took place in Prague at the Scout Institute. The event was organized by Antikomplex and the Terezín Initiative Institute in collaboration with other partners in a project of the same name. full story
video"Europe: Which Children Matter?" Discussion in Ostrava on 17 November about Roma segregation in education18.11.2017 11:35 On 17 November at the PANT studio in Ostrava the documentary film "Europe: Which Children Matter?" was screened, followed by a discussion with human rights activist Gwendolyn Albert, activist and researcher Lucie Fremlová, director Jenne Magno, activist Edita Stejskalová, and Ostrava residents involved with the production of the film about Romani children's access to mainstream schools. News server Romea.cz broadcast the discussion live and the recording of it is above.
27.9.2017 7:56 The following article is reprinted from the summertime double issue of the magazine Romano voďi. It was published prior to the Czech Government officially announcing it would be buying the pig farm at Lety.
videoNew Czech documentary about neo-Nazi who still lives with his mother at age 40 and hates the world10.7.2017 7:39 On 13 July a documentary portrait of an authentic Czech neo-Nazi will be screened in cinemas. Vít Klusák, director of "The White World According to Daliborek" (Svět podle Daliborka), presented the film last week during the Karlovy Vary Film Festival competition.
ROMEA releases new Czech-Norwegian documentary film about aid for victims of discrimination and hate violence13.7.2016 8:11 A new Czech-Norwegian documentary film about the situation in those countries for victims of discrimination and hate violence has been produced by staffers of the ROMEA organization in the Czech Republic. It is now available for viewing on the YouTube channel of ROMEA TV. full story
Vienna, 18.3.2015 20:01, (ROMEA) How can one make a film about coexistence between non-Romani and Romani people without supporting prejudices or stereotypes and without participating in the classic division of people into good and evil, culprits and victims? Such a task might seem hard even for experienced filmmakers, but Romani filmmakers from several different European countries evidently seem to have risen to the challenge. full story
Prague, 6.3.2015 21:55, (ROMEA) Perla is a Romani girl growing up in a slum in the east of Slovakia. Jenica is a Romani girl growing up in an impoverished suburb of Paris. full story