V4 presents its 2nd film series: Banned! by Communist Governments: Films They Didn't Want You To See.

Each V4 Embassy will present a film that was banned in its country under the communist regime. The films were finally publicly released following the collapse of communism after the Revolutions of 1989, which started in Poland with its Solidarity movement and continued in Hungary, the former Czechoslovakia and other Central and Eastern European countries.

FILM SCREENINGS:

April 4, 7 pm: Interrogation (Przesłuchanie)

Embassy of the Republic of Poland – RSVP: GBqUelzwVzZJJ4T332d2FzaGluZ3Rvbi5jdWx0dXJlQG1zei5nb3YucGw=  with “Interrogation” in the subject line

April 11, 7 pm: The Witness” (A tanú)

Embassy of Hungary - 2950 Spring of Freedom street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008

RSVP: SbaCPcXtfwMt6MY1FjMcnN2cC53YXNAbWZhLmdvdi5odQ==  

April 18, 7 pm: Birdies, Orphans and Fools (Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni) Embassy of the Slovak Republic – RSVP: NLAhASrqjm3NY4cnN2cC53YXNoaW5ndG9uQG16di5zaw==  

April 25, 7 pm: The Ear (Ucho)

Embassy of the Czech Republic – RSVP: OOaR9ZUZID50ZIQ3plY2hfZXZlbnRzQHlhaG9vLmNvbQ== with “The Ear” in the subject line