The program page will reveal all of the 30+ films in this year's Czech Film Noir festival, which has several interesting sub-sections during its five-day run at a "new" castle about a hour south of Prague (the benefit of living on a continent with the remnants of an actual aristocracy, as opposed to a faux one).
You have "amnesia noir" (featuring THE CHASE), "Bollywood noir" (an impressive quartet of 50s Indian noir), a four-film look at the Coen brothers' connection to neo-noir, four Czech noirs (two of which are certainly not really noir, but all fine selections from the impressive and still underseen Czech/Slovakian cinema legacy), and--near/dear to my heart, a section called "Noir Without Prejudice," featuring a selection of social justice noirs including (be still my heart!) THE LAWLESS.
There are also single film tributes to Victor Mature and Bette Davis, plus a selection of films directed by Ida Lupino (a bit too de rigeur at this point), and other intriguing rarities.
The link will reveal them all to you--another ambitious and energetic effort from Milan Hain, Jana Berbervoa and their colleagues. Don't be surprised if some of the Czech/Indian/social justice titles work their way into upcoming FNF festivals, as they've previously borrowed some idea from here.
It all starts August 18th.