Dukla 61

Czech Republic | 2018 | 150 min

One of the country’s greatest mining tragedies. Failure to comply with safety protocol, the pressure to produce results, and an avalanche of critical errors caused a fire in a Dukla mineshaft in Haviřov on July 7, 1961, killing 108 miners.


Shot in a former mine in Rakovník, this family drama pays tribute to the mining profession. The brave miners regarded their work as a mission, even though they risked their lives each and every day.


Director: David Ondříček
Cast: Marek Taclík , Martha Issová , Oskar Hes


Doors open 30 minutes before screening.


General Admission: $14
Seniors, and Students: $11

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