A 1960 interview with the best loved of all Czech actors.
Vít Pancíř’s Sestra (Sister) embodies something we haven’t seen on Czech screens for quite a while: art without compromises.
Česká RAPublika is a new documentary following the lives of some of the best-known names in Czech rap.
The story of the Czechoslovak Legions in Russia is one of the most remarkable episodes of the first world war.
Jan Svěrák’s Returnable Bottles was awarded with Gold in the feature competition of the 16th Damascus International Film Festival Tuesday night.
‘Beauty in Trouble” recalls classic European art cinema, when class differences, rich characters, naughty sex and realistic yet artful frame compositions all blended seamlessly.
Bond goes Bourne in director Marc Forster’s Quantum of Solace, the hyperkinetic 22nd official entry in the long-running series.
A dreary and historically dubious costume drama, The Other Boleyn Girl was given a pass by most critics when it opened in the US this spring.
An acclaimed cycle of documentaries by Jan Šikl entitled Soukromé století or Private century is based solely on private family archives.
In Jihlava, everything from torture to religion in a celebration of documentary films.