The Finále Plzeň film festival, devoted to Czech and Slovak film production, got underway in the west Bohemian town on Thursday evening with a screening of a documentary called ‘A Journey Like no Other’, following the footsteps of famous Czech travellers Hanzelka and Zikmund.
The 32nd edition of the festival will offer 124 screenings. Thirty-five films will be competing for the main prize, the Golden Kingfisher, in five different categories. The festival will continue until April 16.
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