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One World prepares to burst through bubble

The 17th edition of the country's pre-eminent human rights film festival takes place March 211 Add a comment
 

Movie review: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Between rising like a phoenix and falling like Icarus, a struggling actor comes to grips with his character in a make-or-break performance Add a comment
 

‘Gisi’ premieres in Prague

Documentary tells World War II story of Slovak rescuer of Jews Add a comment
 

Ostrochovský returns to the Berlinale

Slovak filmmaker’s second film in two years will show at the prestigious annual film festival in the German capital Add a comment
 

‘The Flavours Collection’ wins Prague Shorts

Fourteen-minute Moldovan-Romanian co-production receives main award, 2,000 euros Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Green Prince

Mind rape and the tunnels beneath the borders of the mind Add a comment
 

Movie review: Blackhat

Tech film is unfocused and unpleasant, even for those salivating to see the hacker’s ripped torso Add a comment
 

Sprinting for cinematic gold

Andrea Sedláčková’s ‘Fair Play’ leads the pack in race for Czech Lions Add a comment
 

Short on the screen, long in the mind

Four-day Prague Short Film Festival opens this week at kino Světozor Add a comment
 

Kim Novak will attend Febiofest

Hitchcock’s favorite blonde actress will introduce special screening of ‘Vertigo’ Add a comment
 

Countdown begins for release of Czech cannibal film, in 3-D

English-language ‘Ghoul’ will have world premiere when it hits local cinemas Feb. 26 Add a comment
 

Life of Goebbels’ mistress to hit silver screen

Slovak actress will play film star Lída Baarová in Czech production Add a comment
 

A rebel for Iranian cinema

Film festival’s artistic director discusses buzz about his country’s film industry Add a comment
 

Movie review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Iranian filmmaker’s Farsi-language vampire film is unusual in all the right ways Add a comment
 

Movie review: St. Vincent

Bill Murray barely succeeds in saving sentimental, uneven production from mediocrity Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Interview

Giant elephant in the room, the jolly depiction of the North Korean dictator, outweighs moments of comedy in dim-witted film Add a comment
 

Rebel-rousing Iranian cinema

Fourth edition of film festival in Prague includes one of the most talked-about films of the year Add a comment
 

National Film Museum under development

A project started by Charles University students is closer to becoming a reality Add a comment
 

Movie review: Exodus: Gods and Kings

The same story that inspired ‘The Ten Commandments’ gets a 21st century treatment Add a comment
 

Unfinished fantasy suspected of subsidy fraud

Most costly Czech film premiered, though unfinished, at a secret location Add a comment
 

Top 10 films of 2014

Two of the longest productions proved to be worth the extra few minutes in the theater Add a comment
 

LUX Film Prize goes to ‘Ida’

Polish film beats French and Slovenian competition to wins European Union prize Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies

Thirteen years after Peter Jackson’s first Tolkien film, his sixth offers little proof he has matured as a filmmaker Add a comment
 

Movie review: Finding Vivian Maier

Documentary about photographer whose work was only recognized after her death takes audience on a voyage of discovery Add a comment
 

European Parliament chooses Best Film

Three works have been shortlisted for the annual LUX Prize Add a comment
 

Oko marks the ‘advent’ in adventure

Independent cinema in Prague screens around 20 films at 40 Kč each until Christmas Day Add a comment
 

Movie review: Citizenfour

Chilling documentary about maligned whistleblower contrasts his consistent belief in privacy, transparency with government’s wild, dishonest flip-flopping Add a comment
 

Deck the halls with boughs of Holly…wood: Holiday films 2014–15

Sequels, fairy tales and a controversial Biblical epic will all open in Czech theaters over the holiday season Add a comment
 

Movie review: Ouija

By-the-numbers horror film about famous board game is both sinister and unintentionally comical Add a comment
 

Film Festival: Filmasia hits 10 years

Sci-fi epic ‘Snowpiercer’ is among the highlights of the Asian film festival Add a comment