program: Praga prin obiectivul politiei secrete

Praga prin obiectivul politiei secrete / Prague through the lens of the secret police / Praha objektivem tajne policie

Expozitie – Discutii panel – Proiectie de film
Joi, 17 noiembrie 2011
Institutul Cultural Roman (Aleea Alexandru nr. 38, Bucuresti)

13h00 – 15h00 / Discutie panel: Viata intr-un regim totalitar
– Ioana Diaconescu (Romania)
– Mihai Stanescu (Romania)
– Pavel Seifter (Republica Ceha)
– Bretter Zoltan (Ungaria)

Moderator Oana-Valentina Suciu (Institutul Cultural Roman)

Participantii la discutia panel vor impartasi publicului experientele proprii, in care au fost “subiect”  de interes pentru politia secreta. Cum le-a influentat acest lucru viata, care erau metodele folosite de politia secreta in Cehoslovacia, Ungaria sau Romania? Care sunt dilemele cu care ne confruntam intr-un regim totalitar?

15h00 – 15h30 / pauza de cafea

15.30 – 17.30 /  Discutie panel:  Cum facem fata trecutului
– Vojtech Ripka (USTR, Republica Ceha)
– Dragos Petrescu (CNSAS, Romania)
– Clara Mares (IICCMER, Romania)

Moderator Adrian Cioflanca (IICCMER, Romania)

La mai bine de 20 de ani după caderea comunismului a aparut o noua generatie care nu are niciun fel de amintire personala despre regimul comunist. Trecutul nu foarte  indepartat devine subiectul a diferite interpretari.  Ce anume suntem predispusi sa ne amintim si ce anume sa uitam? Cum facem fata trecutului si cat de relevant este acesta pentru realitatea sociala si politica actuala? Vor incerca sa raspunda la aceste intrebari specialisti din Cehia si Romania, membri ai unor institutii oficiale.

18h00 – 18h30 / Deschiderea oficiala a expozitiei „Praga prin obiectivul politiei secrete“,  urmata de un bufet gazduit de ICR

19h00 / Proiectia filmului „Pouta“ (Stransoarea), regia Radim Spacek, cel mai bun film al anului 2010

Limba: Engleza (traduceri simultane in limba romana)
Expozitia va fi deschisa spre vizitare pana la data de 5 decembrie 2011.

Evenimentul este organizat de Centrul Ceh din Bucuresti si Institutul pentru studiul regimurilor totalitare, Cehia / Parteneri: Institutul Cultural Roman, Institutul Balassi, FSPUB, Staropramen, Czech Airlines / Parteneri media: 24 FUN, Hipmag


ENGLISH VERSION

 

Praga prin obiectivul politiei secrete / Prague through the lens of the secret police / Praha objektivem tajne policie

Exhibition – Panel discussions – Film screening
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Institutul Cultural Roman (Aleea Alexandru nr. 38, Bucharest)

13h00 – 15h00  /  Panel discussion: Life in a totalitarian regime
– Ana Blandiana (Romania)
– Pavel Seifter (Czech Republic)
– Bretter Zoltan (Hungary)

Moderated by Oana-Valentina Suciu (Romanian Cultural Institute)

The participants of the panel discussion will share with the public their personal experience with being a „subject“ of the interest of the secret police. How did it influence their lives, what were the methods used by secret police in the Czech Republic, Hungary or Romania?  What dilemmas one faces in a totalitarian state?

15h00 – 15h30 / Coffee break

15.30 – 17.30 / Panel discussion: Dealing with the past
– Vojtech Ripka (USTR, Czech Republic)
– Dragos Petrescu (CNSAS, Romania)
– Clara Mares (IICCMER, Romania)

Moderated by Adrian Cioflancă (IICCMER, Romania)

More than twenty years after the fall of communism a whole new generation has appeared without a personal experience with the communist regime. The not so distant past becomes a subject of different interpretations. What do we tend to remember or forget? How do we deal with the past and is it relevant for our today’s political and social reality? The answers will be provided by the experts from the respective Czech and Romanian official institutes.

18h00 – 18h30 / Official opening of the exhibition „Prague through the Lens of the Secret Police“, followed by a buffet hosted by ICR

19h00 / Screening of „Pouta“ (Walking Too Fast), dir. Radim Spacek, Best Czech film of the year 2010

Working language: English (simultaneous translation into Romanian)
The exhibition would be staged from November 17 until December 5.

The event is organised by the Czech Centre Bucharest in cooperation with the Czech Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes / Partners: Romanian Cultural Institute, Hungarian Cultural Institute, FSPUB, Staropramen, Czech Airlines / Media partners: 24 FUN, Hipmag

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