- 2010 - MARCO FERRERI
Twelfth year of Archive Film Seminar has taken place in Uherské Hradiště in a postponed term (from Friday, May 7, till Sunday, May 9). It drew attention to the lesser-known works of a famous Italian director who in many respects managed to tear down many social and cinematographic myths and illusions.
- 2009 - Disillusionment and the Late-1960´s Utopia
Eleventh year of this national film seminar was dedicated to dedicated to the films of the late-1960s. It focused on that incredible era of cultural turmoil and bear witness to the lost ideas and dreams of that period. The programme reflected the rise of illusions and revolutionary tendencies fuelled by art, music, sexual revolution, the anti-war movement, generational conflict and the emergence of special-interest groups, which were quickly followed by disillusionment when people had to abandon their dreams and face reality even though they had also changed our modern world forever.
- 2008 - Forms of Grotesques
Tenth year of this national film seminar was dedicated to a phenomenon of film grotesque. We picked works from classical American grotesque era, their European colleagues and the films that were inspired by this classic genre (Jacques Tati, Marx brothers, Roy Andersson).
- 2007 - Spanish Film
The program consisted of a number of cycles. Besides the Golden Fund of Spanish Cinematography there was a cycle having introduced the most significant Spanish films of these days (The Goya Prize), a cycle that presented important guests – two Spanish directors (Profile of José Marío Forn and Imanol Uribe) and various accompanying events.
- 2006 - the seminar did not take place
Major changes within Municipal/City Cinemas of Uherské Hradiště and Association of Czech Film Clubs caused that the seminar of archival films DID NOT TAKE PLACE.
- 2005 - VISEGRAD Gold Fund
This year focused on film heritage of VISEGRAD countries - 36 most significant works from Poland, Hungary and Slovakia (Czech movies were missing this time) were present. Several accompanying events were part of the whole programme - the largest was a concert of country music from Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Moravia, a panel discussion of representatives of the VISEGRAD countries members on a topic CREATING AND PROMOTING FILM CULTURAL HERITAGE.