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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
 

Movie review: Can a Song Save Your Life? (Begin Again)

One woman and one man use music to deal with their painful pasts Add a comment
 

Rok Biček: A class act

‘Class Enemy,’ the début film of the young Slovenian director who was named one of Variety’s Top 10 directors to watch, has already been screened at some two dozen film festivals Add a comment
 

Movie review: Timbuktu

Splendid film about oppression in historic city occupied by Islamic radicals draws us in with its multifaceted view of humanity Add a comment
 

Movie review: Boyhood

Childhood and adolescence are explored in film that was shot over more than 10 years with the same cast Add a comment
 

Heat, Gibson and rain on opening day at Karlovy Vary

Annual film festival shows off all its sides within the first 24 hours; more than 3,000 people squeeze into Summer Cinema to see Gibson, watch ‘Mad Max’ Add a comment
 

Movie review: Deliver Us from Evil

Tale of possession is lukewarm and brings nothing we haven’t seen before Add a comment
 

Czech-French production ‘The Way Out’ gets two major awards

Film and lead actress Klaudia Dudová are praised at Slovakia’s Art Film Fest Film Add a comment
 

Movies for 40 Kč

Independent cinemas sell tickets for less than the price of a cup of coffee throughout the summer Add a comment
 

Movie review: The Priest’s Children (Svećenikova djeca)

A priest plays God in a small town on a Croatian island; hilarity ensues Add a comment
 

Dome of Finland

One of top Nordic filmmakers, Dome Karukoski, talks neo-Nazis and iconic gay artist Add a comment
 

Mel Gibson to come to Karlovy Vary

Oscar-winning actor will receive festival award for contribution to world cinema Add a comment
 

Summer cinema in Prague

‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Her’ will be some of first films of the sunny season Add a comment