Saturday, 20 September 2014
Cinema | The Prague Post

The Czech Film and Television Academy (ČFTA) has selected Andrea Sedláčková's Fair Play as the Czech Republic's official entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 87th Academy Awards, scheduled to take place Feb. 22, 2015.

Arts | Radio Prague

The first opera by Antonín Dvořák, Alfred, was performed for the first time ever with the original German libretto on Wednesday night at the Dvořák's Prague festival, which is currently underway in the Czech capital.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Czech director Zdeněk Jiráský didn't set out to make one of the most unconventional films of the year, but that is exactly what his first feature since the release of the award-winning Flower Buds (Poupata) ended up as.

Arts | Opus Osm

Meddling, back-stabbing, and decadent betrayal: a timeless equation, but this piece was made to disparage the likes of Marie Antoinette. Welcome to the Czech National Ballet's performance of Valmont.

Cinema | Prague TV

Don't miss this week's movie premieres! Before I Go To Sleep, The Maze Runner and more...

Cinema | The Prague Post

Film about memory loss is certainly memorable but pales in comparison with Nolan's game-changing film from more than a decade ago.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Amnesia, confusion and a last-minute revelation don't add up to an a-maze-ing adaptation of the bestselling teen novel.

Half-n-half | Half'n'half

A different spin on a walk in the woods

Life | The Prague Post

September schedule of multipurpose cultural venue Royal is jam-packed with music, film and theater events.

Arts | Prague TV

Physical comedy in the style of Umbilical Brothers. The motives of computer games accompanied by a live beatbox.

Arts | The Depaulia

Marek Hubáček, a native of Zlín, a small city on the Eastern half of the Czech Republic, has made unity the centerfold for his newly started Kickstarter campaign aimed at bringing his artwork to the city of Chicago.

Arts | Radio Prague

This week, the prestigious London Design Festival gets under way in the British capital. For the first time ever students of the Glass and Product Design studios of the UMPRUM Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design will get a chance to present their work at the prestigious event.

Dining | The Prague Post

Prague was one called the "Hollywood of the East," with its studio-made films matching the quality of those imported from America and Germany, and its own array of famous film stars. A new restaurant called Továrna na iluze, or the Illusion Factory, takes the cinema of the interwar years as a theme.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Nearly 100 films, include some 20 début features, will be screened during Prague's five-day Fresh Film Fest. The festival takes place in many cinemas in Prague Sept. 17–21.

Arts | The Prague Post

Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Sting will all hit Prague in the coming months. Pharrell Williams's show at O2 Arena is scheduled for tonight. The singer known for "Happy" hopes to make a music-starved Prague audience just that.