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Sat, 13 Apr



CineRoma 2.0: Citizen Miko

Part of CineRoma, the UK's only Roma Film Festival

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CineRoma 2.0: Citizen Miko
CineRoma 2.0: Citizen Miko

Time & Location

13 Apr 2024, 12:00 – 13:50

Glasgow, Niddrie Rd, Glasgow, UK

About the Event

Join us for  CineRoma 2.0, the UK’s first Roma Film Festival, now in its second year. Brought to you by Offline (formerly Glasgow Artists’ Moving Image Studios | GAMIS) and Romano Lav, a community-based organisation working with Roma communities in Govanhill, Glasgow. CineRoma aims to present diverse films by and with Roma people, exploring themes such as self-perception, identity, history and systems of power.

The festival programme has been co-curated in collaboration with a cohort of Roma Young People from Govanhill through a series of workshops organised by Offline and Romano Lav.

Citizen Miko

Robin Kvapil 

Czech Republic, 2022

Czech with English Subtitles


Miko is a truck driver, his father is Romani, and above all he is a man who wants to help those in need. When the Czech government was looking for reasons not to take in a few dozen children from Greek refugee camps after the chemical attacks on Syrian civilians in 2018, Miko took justice into his own hands and, together with the Czechs Helping initiative, prepared facilities for child refugees.

12:00 - doors

12:30 - Citizen Miko

13:45 - finish


OFFLINE, formerly GAMIS (Glasgow Artists’ Moving Image Studios) is a charitable organisation committed to supporting experimental arts and community-focused film programming in Govanhill.


Pay what you can: £0-£12


All titles will be shown with closed captions.

The OFFLINE Cinema has step free access but toilets are not accessible. We apologise for this and assure you that we are working on making the building a more welcoming space. In the meantime, The Bungo on Nithsdale Rd have granted our audience access to their accessible toilets.



Uncertified, 12A advised


Image description: a young child swimming in blue sea. The word CINEROMA is repeated atound the frame in bold pink text.


Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI and National Lottery Community Fund, Awards For All.

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