This year, One World in Brno includes special screenings for English speakers in the small hall of the B. Bakala Centre, which is located on the square called Žerotínovo náměstí, near the Česká tram stop.
You can see films with English subtitles or movies in English about Central and Eastern Europe after 20 years of freedom, the totalitarian regimes in Venezuela and Iran, child labour and slavery, problems concerning the Roma in Central Europe, the opposition movement in Burma, and some new Czech documentaries.
Music is also part of the festival. You can enjoy some concerts at the Starý Pivovar Centre, especially on Wednesday, 18 March where a show will be performed at 9 pm by the ethnic-alternative group Kumbalu and the oriental dancer Badriyah. There will also be a concert at 9 pm on Sunday, 22 March when TiDiTaDe will be performing African music and dance.
Several exhibitions will be held during the festival, including Behind Safari by Lukáš Houdek which portrays his 3-month sojourn in Kenya. Karel Cudlín and Pavel Štingl’s Report from Lodz is another exhibition, which displays portraits of the former Jewish ghetto Baluty. The final exhibition of the festival comprises photos by Jindřich Štreit from the years 1965 – 2005 which depict human relations and the intimacy of everyday life.