You can purchase a ticket to each particular screening.
80 CZK / 60 CZK
The reduced price applies to the film clubs members (ACFK and ASFK).
You can book accreditation online or buy it at the box office in Hvězda Cinema. We will notify you via website once the event have reached the maximum capacity.
Accredited visitors have access to all events of the main programme and obtain 50% discount to the off programme events that are subject to a charge.
|One-day Accreditation||250 CZK
Reduced prices apply to the film clubs members (ACFK and ASFK), students and 60+ seniors.
Discounts must be claimed at the moment of purchasing the accreditation.
Discounts may not be combined.
If you are a journalist, contact us for free Press Accreditation.
Free entry to all music and visual art events.
Box Office Hours at UK/UH
By car, by train, by bus, or by bike. If you are planning the bus, take Student Agency, it's fast and comfy. If you prefer train, go for Leo Express. Most trains stop at Staré Město and have direct connection to Uherské Hradiště.
Uherské Hradiště is a small town and all strategic points are situated within a close walking distance. The public transport network connects Staré Město, Uherské Hradiště and Kunovice. The tickets are available at a bus driver. Some contacts to the local taxi services: Taxi Kubeš (+420 602 747 749), Taxi Bruno (+420 776 670 412).
The parking lot in front of Hvězda Cinema offers free parking up to three hours. Bring a parking ticket to the cinema box office to deduct the fee. More info about parking in the town's centre here.
The town is an ideal place for renting a bike. More info in Information Centre in Masaryk Square.
The festival does not arrange for the visitors' accommodation. Further information on available accommodation is here: Town Information Centre.
The festival offers a sleeping bag accommodation in UTB classrooms close to Hvězda Cinema. This form of accommodation can be booked in advance in accreditation system.
Try fairly cheap and healthy food in Polévkárna U Hroznů in Masaryk Square, or in Mlýnská Hotel. Meat-eaters should stop at Pivnice Krček located nearby Hvězda Cinema, or in Orlovna in the town's centre. If you don't mind slightly higher prices, do visit Restaurant Rotter in Františkánská Street, U Hejtmana Šarovce, or get a tasty Italian menu in Hotel Maxi in Mariánské Square. A complete list of the local restaurants is available here: www.menicka.cz.
Get a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in Café Portal in Masaryk Square, or in Jiné cafe – either "the new one" in Masaryk Square, or "the old one" in Havlíčkova Street (smoking bar) and if you prefer tea, then go to Čajovna pod Kaštany. There are is also a couple of night life spots such as Mír Club, bar Krab, Portal, and Krček.
You can order a glass of good wine in almost any café and restaurant, visit wine cellar U Juráků, get a takeaway in wine shop U Hrušky in the centre of the town, or in Vinarius. Most local wine cellars are clustered in Vinohradská Street.
If you are eager to learn more about the South-Moravian art, visit the Museum of Moravian Slovakia and its permanent exhibition documenting the history of Great Moravia (in Staré Město). Home Distillery Museum in Vlčnov will show you how to distil the traditional spirit. In Topolná village is an exposition of folk housing and smith crafting. Museum of Moravian Slovakia also consists of four archaeological sites – in Uherské Hradiště, Staré Město, Modrá near Velehrad, and Osvětimany. They hold the status of National Cultural Monuments and maintain the remnants of the churches' foundations.
Gallery of Moravian Slovakia is located in Otakarova Street and hosts a permanent exhibition of South-East Moravian art. It also provides space to contemporary Czech and foreign artists. The permanent exhibition comprises works from the late 19th century (Joža Úprka, Alois Kalvoda, Stanislav Lolek) as well as from the 1930s and 1940s.