Academy Award-winning director Jiří Menzel is set to make two documentaries about the Balkan nation focusing on the country’s popularity with Czech tourists.
This weekend saw the staging of the 16th annual Czech Lions – the country’s main film awards.
The human rights documentary film festival Jeden svět/One World is opening in Prague cinemas today.
Small film festival focuses on new talent.
Both children and adults alike will admire the colourful and peculiar world of Barta’s puppet film. (COURTESY) It is a triumphant resurrection of the Czech puppet school. A full-length picture Na půdě aneb Kdo má dneska narozeniny [In the Attic or Whose Birthday is it Today?] brings back one of the most renowned Czech animation director Jiří Barta (the author of the film Krysař [Rat-catcher] and Zaniklý svět rukavic and of the never-completed Golem). Barta, in cooperation with the script writer and writer Edgar Dutka, created a puppet film that has a chance to become a classic and at the same time one of the most appreciated Czech films of the year, although there are neither famous faces nor is
From Tuesday, February 24 through Saturday, February 28, Kino Světozor plays host to La Película, a festival devoted to Spanish film.
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.