‘Star Wars Rebels’ to grace Czech screens

Animated television series will premiere on the Disney Channel Sunday, Oct. 5 Add a comment

Czechoslovakia down under

Program of second festival of Czech and Slovak films in Sydney, Melbourne mixes classics, new releases Add a comment

My street, my Prague, but Petr Kellner’s Hotel Praha

Web documentary about demolition of former communist hotel shows residents’ divergent attitudes Add a comment

Christmas comes early for ‘Three Brothers’

Fairy tale by Jan Svěrák has one of most successful opening weekends ever Add a comment

Prague to host Roma film festival in September

‘Cacikano’ at Světozor will feature a dozen films dealing with variety of Roma stories Add a comment

Movie review: The Expendables 3

These old boys may be over the hill, but you shouldn’t count them out yet (but that may be a bad thing) Add a comment

‘Nymphomaniac,’ uncut

Director’s cut of Lars von Trier’s controversial double feature is coming to Czech theaters in September Add a comment

Movie review: Magic in the Moonlight

Woody Allen’s magic show is droll but holds cards too close to its chest Add a comment

Movie review: Lucy

A fantastical, mad rush of a movie reminds us that the cinema is capable of wonderful things Add a comment

Movie review: Totally Talking (Parádně pokecal)

Début flick by FAMU graduate is total trash, but that is to be expected from producer Czech Television Add a comment

U.S. Embassy’s got ‘Milk’

Diplomatic mission in Prague will screen acclaimed Gus van Sant film during Prague Pride week Add a comment

Summer Film School welcomes record crowd

Highlights from films will be shown in Prague and Brno Add a comment

Movie review: Guardians of the Galaxy

Battling the demons of the universe is never easy, but at least Chris Pratt makes it look like fun Add a comment

Movie review: The Purge: Anarchy

Robotic stick figures would get more sympathy than the hysterical crazies in this bad follow-up Add a comment

‘Interstellar’ trailer reaches for the stars

Third time lucky as new glimpse at the film hints at the complexity of human emotion we can expect onscreen Add a comment

Trailer for final ‘Hobbit’ film released

Peter Jackson shows why we should follow him ‘one last time’ — for three more hours Add a comment

Hunger Games: Mockingjay teaser trailer released

Final scenes of the film series were shot in Paris and Berlin Add a comment

Greenaway enjoys his 'Golden Ice Cream'

British director receives Czech film clubs' prize at Uherské Hradiště Add a comment

Peter Greenaway to appear this weekend at Uherské Hradiště

The 40th ‘Summer Film School’ starts today and will feature a few unusual filmmakers, including Todd Solondz Add a comment

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trailer is launched

First proper look at the film based on the wildly popular erotic novels by E.L. James Add a comment

Dark nights at the castle

One month to go until the second Noir Film Festival, to be held at the Křivoklát Castle Add a comment

Movie review: Ida

One of the most beautiful films ever made opens today in Czech theaters Add a comment

Fund launched for jailed Ukrainian filmmaker

Oleg Sentsov was arrested in Simferopol following Russian annexation of Crimea and has been held in Moscow for more than two months Add a comment

Crystal Globe recipient to be released in autumn

Artcam has acquired Georgian ‘Corn Island,’ winner of the Karlovy Vary film festival’s main award, for distribution in ČR Add a comment

Karlovy Vary closing ceremony screams out for change

Yearly display of bikini-clad girls onstage has become an embarrassment to the festival Add a comment

Movie review: Paris of the North (París Norðursins)

Subtle comedy set in far reaches of Iceland’s cold Westfjords has warm heart with likable (but not entirely lovable) characters Add a comment

Movie review: Welkome Home

Angelina Nikonova’s second film is a superficially comical treatment of serious issues, with bad acting to boot Add a comment

#FlashbackFriday : Karlovy Vary 2004

As this year’s film festival in west Bohemia draws to a close, we look back at what it was like a decade ago (yes, T-shirts over long sleeves) Add a comment

Movie review: Leviathan (Leviafan)

Andrei Zvyagintsev’s fourth film is a scathing take on religion and politics in modern-day Russia Add a comment

Movie review: 22 Jump Street

Sequel offers playful self-references that never impede our ability to share the fun Add a comment