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Jamie Dornan will star in Heydrich assassination film

Most recently seen as male lead in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ North Irish actor joins cast of upcoming World War II thriller Add a comment
 

Shockproof film festival start at Aero

Unusual selection explores the extremes of world cinema Add a comment
 

Alan Rickman to open Febiofest

British actor, best known as ‘Professor Snape’ in Harry Potter series, will receive festival’s Kristián Award Add a comment
 

Movie review: Ghoul

Story of cannibals and evil spirits in Ukrainian countryside is not business as usual Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Theory of Everything

Bright lights drown out the intimate love story that sustained Stephen Hawking, one of the major thinkers of the 20th century Add a comment
 

Truth, fiction and cannibalism

Actors, director discuss the immersive experience on the set of ‘Ghoul’ Add a comment
 

Tabloid identifies fake Jim Carrey

Man well-known in local bar scene now claims he hasn’t been paid Add a comment
 

Czech film awards duped by fake Jim Carrey

Organizers admit the man who looked nothing like the actor was a professional fake Add a comment
 

‘The Way Out’ wins big

Petr Václav’s film receives most Czech Lion awards; ‘Fair Play’ gets snubbed Add a comment
 

Jean-Jacques Annaud joins Febiofest lineup

Director is known for ‘Black and White in Color’ and ‘The Name of the Rose’ Add a comment
 

Nordic film highlights

Thirty works are on the program, including a few that recently showed at major film festivals Add a comment
 

Prague is ‘Somewhere Only We Know’

Romantic Chinese film shot in the Czech capital opened last week on the mainland to strong box-office numbers Add a comment
 

One World announces its program

Freedom from war, surveillance and a whole range of limitations forms the backbone of this year’s selection Add a comment
 

Bravo for ‘Aferim!’

Romanian director Radu Jude wins big at Berlinale for his work on Czech co-production Add a comment
 

Movie review: Fifty Shades of Grey

West Coast romp starts off with meet-cute, ends in sex dungeon, but is mostly a snooze Add a comment
 

Five unusual love stories

From blondes and beasts to average joes, the permutations for love onscreen are endless Add a comment
 

Preview: La Película Festival of Spanish Films

Nearly 20 films from Spain, Latin America will screen for six days at Světozor; almost all with English subtitles Add a comment
 

Trabant cars head to Australia for documentary

Cars and bikes will cover 20,000 kilometers in the Pacific Add a comment
 

Film: Breakfast at Tiffany’s for Valentine’s Day

The classic romantic film will be shown in an intimate setting Add a comment
 

Movie review: White God (Fehér Isten)

The (under)dogs will not take abuse lying down; expect them to fight back with a vengeance Add a comment
 

Movie review: Unbroken

Story of Louie Zamperini gets sumptuous treatment in dramatically uneven retelling of his World War II ordeal Add a comment
 

Seven days, seven films

Bulgarian Film Festival offers fiction, drama and a 1970s classic Add a comment
 

Shining a light on the past

Production on Milada Horáková biopic starts in coming months Add a comment
 

Febiofest reveals more guests

Major Prague film festival will welcome ‘Shakespeare in Love’ director, a Bond villain and others Add a comment
 

Movie review: Whiplash

Abuse, blood, sweat and tears behind the drums on the way to greatness Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Imitation Game

Cumberbatch soars in role of persecuted genius codebreaker Alan Turing Add a comment
 

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