Film Festival Zlín
Zlín Film Festival, also known as the International Film Festival for Children and Youth (Czech: Mezinárodní festival filmů pro děti a mládež) is the oldest festival of its kind and it very much respected throughout the world. The festival first took place in 1961 as a national festival of Czechoslovak films for children. Over the course of 53 years, the Zlín Film Festival has become a significant international event of excellent renown. Although the subtitle of the festival speaks of children and youth, the festival offers film and supporting programs for all age groups – from children to university students, adults and even senior citizens.
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—David Mamet (b. 1947)
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—Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 16:16,17.